- Genevieve Nnaji has mourned the passing away of Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman
- The Nollywood actress said that he left a mark before his death
- People who commented on her tweet also showed why Boseman will be greatly missed
Popular Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji, has mourned the death of one of Hollywood A-list acts and star in Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman
The world woke up on Saturday, August 29, to the news of his passing. In a Twitter post, Genevieve said that the actor will not be forgotten because of his great contribution.
"You left a mark that will not be forgotten. Rest In Power brother," she tweeted while quoting the official post announcing Boseman's death on his Twitter account
Many under her post offered their condolences as they spoke about how hard the news of his passing hit them.
Below are some of their reactions:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian OAP Dotun took to his social media page to mourn the death of Boseman.
Some people who knew him personally or had worked with him shared his story of strength while others encouraged people to be kind irrespective of who they are dealing with.
For Nigerian OAP Dotun, he noted that his children now have a new superhero. The media personality who is also known as Energy god stated that he would tell his kids stories about the actor.
In other news, a Nigerian music producer, Dapo, has revealed that he contributed greatly to the new album of American RnB singer, Toni Braxton, called Spell My Name.
He said that it co-wrote and produced Nothin’, one of the songs on the album. He revealed the names of the people he did it with as BabyFace and Kam Parker. For the production, he did that with BabyFace and Toni.
In addition to that, Dapo said he also got to play some live bass. In his Instagram post, he praised the skill of Babyface with the guider during production.
"Toni Braxton’s new album “Spell My Name” comes out today!! I got the opportunity to co-write and produce the song, “Nothin’”.
On the writing side, I co-wrote with BabyFace and Kam Parker. On production, I produced with BabyFace and Toni herself. I also got to play some live bass," his Instagram post partly read.
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