Black Panther producer reveals the final text message from Chadwick Boseman


The world continues to mourn the untimely death of our beloved Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman. The 43-year-old actor has certainly made a huge impact on not just the lives of his fans and viewers but also on the celebrities and families. We have seen many others sharing how the Black Panther actor has helped make them certain tweaks in life and now it’s time for the Black Panther producer, Nate Moore.

Moore recently revealed the last text he received from Boseman which is very likely to break your heart. Moore revealed in a recent interview that he had had his final conversation or interaction with Boseman through text message during this pandemic. Apparently, both of them were texting each other back and forth relating to their work for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Moore said that they were not allowed to leave their homes or offices but they did work together through text messages to get a young boy a voice note from T’Challa and a package of toys. Even after all the difficulties they were facing in getting this together, Boseman figured out how to make it work. This is solely because Boseman cared about this matter intently and personally. 

His last text said that they need to do it for them as people deserve special moments and abundant life. He added that they can make a difference in their lives if they were able to ease their suffering and bring joy to them for a moment.

Many would say that Boseman felt this way because he too was battling a disease but according to Moore, it isn’t just that. It was his personality as a man that was showing up, who was a leader and a caregiver first. He was one of those people who had accomplished both of those things as a regular person as well as a performer. 

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