Kids all around the world are paying tributes to Chadwick Boseman With Action Figure Memorials.
The impact Chadwick Boseman as a black panther had on young people cannot be described in words, the children around the world are holding memorials for their hero in their way to show the legacy he has left behind.
The 43-year-old Chadwick Boseman, who played the black panther character in Avengers, died in his own home in Los Angeles last week. He was with his wife and family at the time of death. Chadwick Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, but he didn’t make it public.
Since his passing, fellow Avengers, fellow actors, and fans are paying tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman, now the children are showing their respect for the late actor with their action figures.
Parents across the globe are sharing the pictures of their children on social media holding memorials for the late actor Chadwick Boseman in their way while throwing up ‘Wakanda Forever’ salute across their chests.
King Westbrook, one proud parent of Kian, shared the photo of his son surrounded by all the action figures with the caption that says My baby boy and the Avengers holding a memorial for Black Panther with the trending hashtag #Wakanda4Ever.
He said that his son was devastated when he got to know the death of his hero, but he said that his son knows that death is a part of life, and he wants to cope with losing his hero in this way.
Kian said that Chadwick Boseman was a good role model for all the black boys because he let us know that we black people can also be heroes. He also added that he was really sad when he learned about his death and couldn’t stop crying.
Mark Ruffalo, who starred opposite Boseman in the Avengers, shared the pictures of two little boys holding memorials for black panther. In the photo, all the Avenger action figures were laid out in the circle around the T’Challa figurine, and both of the boys were throwing up the ‘Wakanda Forever’ salute.
By sharing the picture on social media, Mark Ruffalo wrote that this is the power and impact he has left for the next generation.
Sade Berry, the mother of the young boy from Ruffalo’s pictures, said that Black Panther is the first Marvel movies with a Black cast, and Boseman’s portrayal of T’Challa has made an impact on the future generations.