Chadwick Boseman: Whoopi Goldberg, Tamron Hall and Other Stars' Touching Tributes to the Late Actor
In the wake of the untimely passing of TV actor Chadwick Boseman, many celebrities have lined their heartfelt tributes in honor of his life and times.
The entertainment world was thrown into a mournful mood following the sad news that "Black Panther" actor Chadwick Boseman has passed on. Many fans and celebrities alike took various social media platforms to express their grief and soul-stirring tributes.
On Twitter, TV legend Whoopi Goldberg stated that Boseman was one of her "favorite people on the planet." Goldberg sent her condolences to his family while sharing that he died after a four-year battle with cancer.
Late actor Chadwick Boseman at the 2018 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 18, 2018 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty iimages
In her tribute, Kerry Washinton called the late actor "a warrior of light," while paying her last respect. Gabby Sidibe admitted that it was indeed heartbreaking to lose the seasoned actor following his health struggles.
On Instagram, TV anchor Tamron Hall shared a photo of Boseman as she let fans know she was short of words. Naomi Campbell shared a three-photo post of herself with the "Black Panther" star where she described him as the "purest soul," and a "humble being."
More stars filled their social media timeline with farewell greetings for their fellow star and pal whose life was cut short due to his terminal illness.
Angela Bassett, who played Boseman's mom in the blockbuster Marvel movie, "Black Panther," took to her Instagram page with a soul-stirring image that showed her and the star on set while sharing a mother-son hug.
Boseman's fellow "Avengers" stars, Brie Larson, Mark Ruffalo, Don Cheadle, Zoe Saldana, and Chris Evans also shared their soulful thoughts and messages regarding their team members' tragic death.
During the latest Lakers game, Lebron James bent a knee as usual in solidarity for the Black Lives Matter protests. He added a new stance by crossing both arms on his chest to make the "Wakanda Forever" sign.
The "Get On Top" star passed on last Friday after a four-year battle with colon cancer. Before his death, fans were not privy to the fact that he was battling a terminal illness. Three months earlier, many fans had expressed their concerns about his weight loss in one of his Instagram videos.