It has been a year of tragedy across the globe with the ongoing pandemic and to add more it has been devastating for the Black community. From losing black legends like Kobe Bryant to Chadwick till now the lamentations are never ending.
Back before 2 years, it was all blissful and entertaining embracing our arms in X-shape paying tribute to Malcolm, and enjoying the story of a kingdom were every individual living there is royal. Wakanda was always never to return. But now in reality it has been a state of shock and sadness after the demise of the king.
Every social media platform has been witnessing tears and heartbreaks and when the news of the death of Chadwick broke yesterday like many other black men this 2020 it has been anguish in the black community.
Several incidents in Chadwick’s film career revealed these secrets of Afro-American glory and how powerful they have to be to survive and surpass racial inequality. Like the characters of Jackie Robinson in Marshall, James Brown in getting on Up, etc. Chadwick ruled in the movie. It went on to be a box office hit making him the king in his story and in the real world.