- Grown-ish star Yara Shahidi posted a cute video celebrating completing writing her final thesis and let the whole world know how happy she is
- The actress, who plays the role of Zoey Johnson in the sitcom, is now one step closer to becoming a graduate at the top university of Harvard
- Social media users took to The Shade Room's comment section to applaud the stunner for being a good example to young women
Grown-ish actress Yara Shahidi is nearly a Harvard graduate. The star, who plays the character of Zoey Johnson in the sitcom, took to social media to celebrate completing her final thesis.
In a cute video, Yara shared that her thesis was 136 pages long. She expressed how happy she is that she's just one step closer to graduating from the prestigious university.
"#PressPlay: #TSRBlackExcellence: YASSS! Congrats to #YaraShahidi who’s now one step closer to graduating Harvard with her completed 136-pages-long thesis!"
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Peeps took to the outlet's comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Many praised her for being a good example to young women.
"Different type of flex."
"That’s a real leader. A role model to young women all over."
"Yasss, she brag different???? love this."
"Literally clapping because no way I would have much to say after page one."
"Yessss!! So beautiful inside and out!"
"So much like her in Grownish."
Marvel won't recast late 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman
In other entertainment news, Legit.ng reported that Marvel has reiterated that they are not looking for a replacement for late Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman. The superstar passed away in 2020 at only the age of 43.
Many people from across the globe have been wondering how Marvel would continue the story without the lead actor. It has been reported that the producers of the show are not interested in entertaining the idea of replacing Chadwick Boseman.
They are not looking for any actor to play the role of T'Challa in the film. Marvel Cinematic Universe has shared some of the reasons why they're not looking to recast the King of Wakanda.