By Marwa Mahmoud
It seems that the sorrow that hit thousands of his fans around the world at the death of the “Black Panther” even moved to twitter as well.
The Blue Sparrow announced that the actor Chadwick Bozeman’s tweet that announced his death on Friday has so far become the most liked tweet ever, surpassing the tweet of former President Obama in 2017.
“The most liked tweet ever. Greetings worthy of # WakandaForever King,” said the official Twitter account, referring to Bozeman ‘s role in Marvel’s Black Panther.
The sad tweet that Bozeman had died after suffering from colon cancer since 2016 had counted more than 7 million times as of Sunday morning. It explained that the famous actor died in his home, as his family was at his side.
With this number, the departure of the Black Panther tweet toppled an Obama post that he posted in 2017 and garnered more than 1.9 million likes, following the racist gathering of a group supporting white supremacy that was met by a counter-protest in Charlottesville, Virginia”.
The former president wrote on Twitter, quoting former South African President Nelson Mandela: “No one is born to hate another person because of his skin color, background, or religion.
On Saturday, Obama honored Bozeman in a tweet, returning a photo the actor shared in 2016 after visiting the White House after he played the first black MLB (baseball) player Jackie Robinson, who suffered from racism at that time.