In her first public words following his death, Nyong'o took to Instagram to share her thoughts about the death of Boseman, who passed early last week at the age of 43 from colon cancer.
Posting a video collage on her Instagram page of beautiful scenes from nature and pictures Boseman, Letitia reminisced on their friendship while calling him a "soul so beautiful, when you walked into a room, there was calm. You always moved with grace and ease. Every time I saw you, the world would be a better place.”
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.
Chadwick Boseman death after secretly battling colon cancer since 2016 has taken the world by surprise. Fans and friends took to social media to pay tribute to his legacy and to send him a farewell fit for a king.
The world is still processing the loss of Chadwick Boseman, but it's clear that those who worked closely with that actor and had the privilege to call him a friend needed time to find the words to say goodbye.
While the world continues to mourn the loss of Chadwick Boseman we are now just realizing how truly special he really was. The thespian gave the little time he had left to others.
Continuing to pay homage to Boseman, last night's MTV Video Music Awards kicked off the ceremony with a quick video tribute to the 42 actor in which it showcased his most admirable quality, his humanity. The video was from the 2018 VMA's when Chadwick Boseman won the "Best Superhero" award for Black Panther and after taking the award brought up James Shaw Jr., who disarmed a gunman at a Tennessee Waffle House, and gave him the award for being a true superhero.
Alexander Scamilton aka Shaun King found himself in trouble on Twitter again.
It's an honor fit for a King. The late Chadwick Boseman's final tweet now his the distinction of being Twitter's most like tweet ever.
Renowned actor Chadwick Boseman, famed for his portrayal of Marvel's Black Panther, has passed away. He was just 43.
The Oscar Winning director's latest film centers around four African-American Vietnam veterans - Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), and Melvin (Isiah Whitlock, Jr.) - who come together to fulfill a pact made when they were young soldiers serving on the front lines of Nam.
The 'Black Panther' star appeared in an Instagram video where fans noticed he looked visibly smaller than they were accustomed to seeing.