Incidents that proved Chadwick Boseman was a king in reel and real life

It always has to be the king, one with the stories of glorious past, one who can contend against all the evils solely with the will power. Chadwick is no exception. His exceptional work as a healer, as the one who sustained society, communities and the people within, have rightfully earned him the title of the “king” in real life. He, just like his onscreen “hero” like role tried to make this world a little less unbearable. He was a man of courage, strength and charity after all.

A man with a golden heart.

Chadwick Boseman, His heart always felt for the weak. In the year 2015, he donated $4.2 million in PPE to the hospitals which provide its services to the African American communities. He also helped his community amidst these adverse times of Covid-19 pandemic.

Colon cancer was puny before his determination and resilience.

Chadwick Boseman indomitable will power was enough to make him climb the stairs of success. Movies like Black Panther, Infinity War, Endgame were some of his many outstanding movies which he was a part of after being diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in the year 2016.

He was a man worthy of respect.

Chadwick Boseman’s fans looked up to him and he never let them down. While shooting for the movie Black Panther he was in touch with kids named Ian and Taylor. Both of them were suffering from terminal cancer. It was just the movie that they were waiting for. Other than this he also bought out a screening of his movie Black Panther at the Amstar Stadium 14 theatre in his hometown, South Carolina for the underprivileged children.

A Reel Superhero who honoured Real superhero

He cared a lot for his community and real-life heroes. Giving away his MTV Award to real hero James Shaw Jr. who took a bullet at a Waffle House in Tannese to stop a massacre caused by a gunman proved his larger than life love and compassion for others.

Fearlessly stood strong against racism and Inequality.

He was a true activist and often questioned the lack of roles for people of colour in Hollywood. He always tried to put up with a fight against a lack of opportunities for them. He quite vocally talked about his experience with racism as well. He tried his best to glorify the African culture in his movies as well.

“Going to high school, I’d see Confederate flags on trucks… I know what it’s like to be a kid at an ice-cream shop when some little white kid calls you ‘n****r’, but your parents tell you to calm down because they know it could blow up. We even had trucks try to run us off the road. “

God made human just, kind and generous and he remained that.

Chadwick Boseman tasted the 9th cloud of success against all odds and he never failed to be human. He contributed to the society, he remained kind to his fan and was always there for needy. Even though he lost the battle of life, he won millions of heart, taught valuable lessons of life and set an example of an ideal human.

“King of the fighters”, Boseman has always remained an inspiration and will continue to remain one, for millions of children of colour all around the world. He was the king and we shall all hail the king and continue to have faith among ourselves like he did till the very end.

Wakanda Forever,

Chadwick Boseman forever.

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