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Redward Bosman, wife of late actor Chadwick Bosman, revealed about her husband’s life and legacy.
Chadwick Bosman died in 2020 after four years of colon cancer. He died at the age of 43. His wife, Redward Boseman, appeared on “Good Morning America” on the 1st (local time) about “the hardest two years of her life.”
Redward Boseman met Chadwick Boseman for the first time at a James Brown memorial concert at the Hollywood Bowl since he filmed the 2014 film “James Brown.” Redward Boseman said: “I fell for him pretty quickly. “I realized I could really trust him,” he said. “He’s smart, thoughtful, and sincere beyond anyone I’ve met.”
“I can’t believe I was so lucky. I fell in love with him, and he also loved me, he said. “Despite the pain of loss, I can still continue this beautiful relationship with him. He never leaves me,” he said with unwavering affection.
Regarding Chadwick Bosman’s struggle with colon cancer, Redward Bosman said, “I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2016, and at the time of my death in 2020, it progressed to stage 4.” We were careful to keep our health problems private, he said. “There were reliable people who helped us in difficult times.”
In particular, Chadwick Bosman received worldwide love through “Black Panther,” which was released in 2018. It earned more than $1.3 billion at the box office, won seven nominations, including the 2019 Academy Award for Best Picture, and won three awards. It is the first Academy Award-winning work of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
“After the release of Black Panther, I became a world-class superstar overnight,” Redward Bosman said. “The family of Black Panther has always supported and loved me and my husband. He will always and forever be part of the kingdom, he said, calling for expectations for the upcoming “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” to be released in November.
Finally, Redward Boseman said he remembers the conversation he had with Chadwick Boseman about the foundation’s establishment after his death. “We don’t have children,” he said. His legacy will be used for “art” and he is offering scholarships to students at his alma mater, Howard University, and the foundation is in its infancy.