RIP Celebs React To The Death Of Chadwick Boseman

RIP Celebs React To The Death Of Chadwick Boseman

The world awakened to the untimely passing of yank actor Chadwick Boseman who died of cancer at the age of 43!
RIP Celebs React To The Death Of Chadwick Boseman

The star who brought the fictional character T’Challa to life from the famous movie Black Panther succumbed to a 4-year battle with carcinoma on Friday night.

His social media account confirmed the news and had said the actor learned in 2016 that he had Stage 3 carcinoma, which had then progressed to Stage 4.

His peaceful departure happened at the presence of his wife and family at his home.


He filmed numerous of his groundbreaking films whilst in and out of hospital and undergoing countless surgeries.

“A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all and brought you a great many of the films you’ve got come to like such a lot.

“From ‘Marshall’ to ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ August Wilson’s ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ and a number of other more, all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy,” the statement said.

Read the complete statement below:

Our local ZAlebs expressed their shock and heartbreak after awakening to the news of the fallen black superhero.

“The incontrovertible fact that Chadwick Boseman battled carcinoma for 4 years while putting out numerous great movies is remarkable, causes you to think that he just may need been a superhero in real world too. What a person ,” wrote Maps Maponyane.

“Rest in eternal Peace Chadwick Boseman.
Just acknowledged he was diagnosed with carcinoma in 2016 & continued to figure through treatments. many thanks Chadwick for your incredible contribution to the arts! Your legacy will survive forever!” wrote Pearl Thusi.

“How can 1 year take sooo much from people? How can 1 year hurt so much? We was beginning to get into positive spirits and it takes our superhero. No ways!!!” expressed Cassper Nyovest.

“Rest in Power, King. many thanks for blessing the planet together with your awe-inspiring gift and passion!” wrote Boity.

May his soul rest in eternal peace!

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