The names are Alma Springfield and Minnie Lou Johnson. But to all those they loved and influenced, the women were simply known as Madea. The term Madea once stood for the strongest matriarchal figure in a black family. Once an honorable title for a sage, seasoned mother figure in the African-American community, Madea is now a bully, loudmouth, sassy character. With the release of Tyler Perry’s “Madea Boo 2” this Friday, Americans will get yet another installment of his interpretation of a Madea.