Paramount has scrapped an auction of Black Entertainment Group as bids from prospective buyers including media mogul Tyler Perry were disappointing.

The auction of BET — which operates cable channels VH1, BET and streaming service BET+ — kicked off earlier this summer but hit a roadblock after “Madea” creator, Perry refused to raise his $2 billion bid to meet Paramount’s asking price of $3 billion, The Post previously reported. BET’s owner Paramount Global quietly notified bidders late Wednesday that it had cancelled the sale.

“We made this decision because the benefits of maintaining a majority stake in BET Media Group creates more value for Paramount than any of the proposals we received,” a source close to Paramount told The Post.

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