Tribute To Chadwick Boseman AKA The Black Panther

Tribute To Chadwick Boseman AKA The Black Panther

US actor Chadwick Boseman died of Colon Cancer at his home in Los Angeles with his family and wife by his side. 

Chadwick Aaron Boseman was diagnosed with Colon cancer in 2016 and after fighting with cancer for 4 years with a smile on his face on 28th August he left us. How many shocks are gonna come in this year God knows!

He was an American actor known for his portrayals of real-life historical figures. Born and raised in Anderson, South Carolina, the actor got his first television role in 2003 in an episode of the ‘Third Watch.

Boseman first became popular for playing real-life figures – baseball great Jackie Robinson inside 2013’s 42, and musician James Brown inside 2014’s Get on Up.

But he really rose to the next level fame with his portrayal of the king of Wakanda, the black panther. 

The actor also played groundbreaking figures like James Brown, Jackie Robinson and Thurgood Marshall, becoming one of his generation’s most sought-after leading men. 

The last tweet from his twitter account became the most liked tweet.

On 31st August Marvel shared a tribute to Chadwick Boseman aka The Black Panther. 

Marvel Studios’ Black Panther behind-the-scenes Chadwick Boseman tribute video.

And also here is a video from a youtube channel named Mulligan Brothers who had a small clip from Chadwick’s Howard speech. In case you need some motivation this is a video you must see and understand how important Chadwick thinks it is to have a purpose in life.

Truly a warrior in every form, truly an inspiration to all, and truly a KING.

You will always be missed and remembered at the same time.

As he said in the movie Black Panther, ” In my culture death is not the end.”


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