Revealed: What Killed the Black Panther!

Black Panther: Photo Courtesy

The King of Wakanda is dead!

Chadwick Boseman, popularly known as Black Panther and the “ruler of Wakanda” died at the age of 43.
Baseman has been battling colon cancer since 2016, which could be the prime cause of his death.

According to the statement posted in his Twitter account, the 43-year-old actor died at home with his wife and family by his side.

The legendary King indeed came, concurred, and left!

“A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all and brought you so many of the films you have come to love so much,” stated in his Twitter account through a post by his publicist Nicki Fioravante.
The statement continued to say that Boseman had affirmed that the role of being King T’Challa was an honor to him. “From Marshall to Da 5 Bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and several more, all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy.”

Boseman was born in South Carolina, lived, learned, and graduated at Howard University in Washington, DC. The 2018 class will indeed miss him because he was present and gave a congratulatory speech during there graduation ceremony. The speech concluded by the famous iconic salute “ Wakanda Forever’.
The Black Panther also starred in other films such as “Get On Up” where he featured James Brown and Jackie Robinson in “42.”

The second version of the film “Black Panther is expected to be out by May 2022.
While stating the death of Boseman, Martin Luther King III stated that Black Panther “brought history to life” by bringing Black Panther to life.

Despite battling with cancer for over four years, Boseman kept fighting and inspiring many people. He will be missed.”

Should Wakanda need him, Black Panther should rise again!

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Written by Barrack Ongwe

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