Saturday, August 29, 2020

Kansas City Celebrates Legacy Of Renowned Actor Chadwick Boseman

Kansas City has enjoyed an uptick in connections with Hollywood.

Sadly, tragic news has evoked an outpouring of sympathy . . .

Variety: Chadwick Boseman, ‘Black Panther’ Star, Dies at 43

Here's one local sign of grief and respect:

Chadwick Boseman's Monarchs jersey on display in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A piece of Chadwick Boseman's legacy will live on in Kansas City, Missouri. Boseman, who died Friday after a battle with colon cancer, donated in 2013 the Monarchs jersey he wore during filming of '42' to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.


12 comments:

The Ayatollah said...

I think he was a nice man. God Bless

Anonymous said...

I heard a fatwa had been placed on his head...or maybe it was a fat wad!

Clayton Bigsby said...

Thought superheroes lived forever?

Anonymous said...

He was a good person, RIP

Anonymous said...

Tony does not allow comments on Jew stories.
His Masters have warned him.

Anonymous said...

Sad, but life. Am guessing he was a BLM lefty since the Main Street news seems to be in mourning over his death. Are blacks going to be rioting and blaming the medical community?

Anonymous said...

Why should anyone care about him?

Anonymous said...

Is this what the Red's announcer was talking about?

Anonymous said...

Chadwick, apparently, liked underaged little boys. No one will miss him.

Anonymous said...

Chadwick was a Jesse Smollet wanna be.

Anonymous said...

Ayatollah and Chadwick used to lick each other’s buttholes.

Anonymous said...

That Black Panther movie was awful, and this guy was a terrible actor. Sorry that he died of cancer, but why all the hype? Because he was black? Crappy movie. Popular only because a black guy starred in it