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Clone Cancer, Film star Chadwick Boseman dies at 43; Fans pay tributes with “Wakanda Forever”

‘2020 can’t get worse anymore!’ will be the most used phrase of the year. A lot of unfortunate incidents had happened all across the world including the Covid-19. Certain incidents had shocked the entire world. The latest one in the list would be the death of film star Chadwick Boseman on August 29.

The South Californian native passed away at his home at the age of 43. During the death he was with his family and they published the sad news through Boseman’s twitter account.

As per the reports the star was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2016. The illness news was kept undisclosed until his death and that made increased the weight of the tragedy as most of the world didn’t know why and how the superstar died.

The illness grew to the stage 4 level earlier and this was evident in the physical appearance of Boseman, because he was looking noticeably thin in recent public appearances.

Boseman was famous for his title role in the movie “Black Panther.” It was the second highest grossing movie at box office worldwide in 2018.

His debut film was “The Express,” a biopic on the life of a college football hero Ernie Davis, the first Black player to win the Heisman trophy. He played a small part in that movie and made his way into the film industry.

Boseman’s life was not just a common one, instead he used his platform and life to project the still exiting racial barriers. “Get on Up”, “Marshall”, “42”, etc. are some of the real-life movies that Boseman acted and all of these characters were known for breaking America’s racial barriers.

But the actor’s most memorable and famous role was that of T’Challa, king of the fictional, futuristic African kingdom of Wakanda and the crime fighter known as Black Panther.

The film was nominated for six Oscars, including best picture. The Movie also bagged three Academy Awards in the best original score, best costume design and best production design categories.

Black Panther is considered as one of the strongest fighters in the Marvel family and there are huge requests from the fan’s side asking not to recast the Black Panther’s role with someone else.

Many people remember his by posting “Wakanda Forever” the epic phrase from the Black Panther movie.

Meanwhile the tweet announcing the lose of Chadwick Boseman becomes the most liked tweet of all time. The twitter itself confirmed this and stated: “Most liked Tweet ever. A tribute fit for a King. #WakandaForever.”

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