Chadwick Boseman and Letitia Wright

Since the passing of actor Chadwick Boseman, celebs and fans alike continue to share tributes and memories of the late star.


Upon the release of Marvel's Black Panther, both T'Challa and Boseman became household names, and now, the two will be forever connected. Boseman passed away after a four-year battle with colon cancer at the age of 43.

Now, one of Boseman's costars is speaking about about his life, legacy, and beauty.

Letitia Wright, who played T'Challa's sister Shuri in Black Panther, took to Instagram to post a moving tribute.

The post features beautiful images of nature as Wright delivers words in the form of a poem. She begins by saying:

"It is written, there is nothing new under the sun. But the sun stood still that morning, refusing to shine. Dark clouds surrounding, confusion setting in. Tears flowing, rivers so deep. I didn't know this was what I was waking up to. My brother. A soul so beautiful.

Wright then describes her pain mourning for the loss of her onscreen brother:

"Words can't describe how I feel, how we all feel. That losing you is forced upon us, to accept this as a new reality. I wish I got to say goodbye. I messaged you a couple times but I thought you were just busy. I didn't know you dealing with so much. Against all the odds, you remained focused on fulfilling your purpose with the time handed to you."

The Black Panther star finishes with a heartfelt goodbye:

"All that's left now is for us to allow all the seeds that you have planted on the earth to grow, to blossom, to become even more beautiful. You're forever in my heart."
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