For comic book fans, a Black Superman is nothing new. But actor Michael B. Jordan is developing a Black Superman project that will surely bring the concept more visibility since it will be for HBO Max if all goes to plan.

As previously reported, during an interview with VladTV, Boosie had the audacity to claim that women who have previously slept with multiple men, shouldn't be praised but instead the men who choose to love them in spite of.


For those who aren't familiar with the electrifying Black superhero, Static Shock is the story of 14-year-old Virgil Hawkins who gets caught in an chemical explosion which enable him to develop powers that allow him to control, manipulate and even create electricity.

After taking some time to somewhat process the devastating news, Michael B. Jordan garnered up the energy to poignantly share a letter to his friend and former co-star via Instagram, breaking all of our hearts all over again. During the lengthy post, Jordan let his fans and followers know how much his time with Boseman meant to him, expressing just how disappointed he is that he didn’t have more time to tell him to his face how much he admires him.


Speaking to protestors in Los Angeles, California, the Creed star called on Hollywood studios to "commit to Black hiring" and even suggested that he'd reconsider his relationships with his sponsors if he learns that they "have any financial ties to police." 

  One of the most celebrated films of any genre is about to brought back to life. If the hearsay is correct we could possibly get a melanin version of one the most iconic gangsters in cinema history.