Chadwick Aaron Boseman, an American actor and producer, departed this Friday, August 28, 2022.He remains well known amongst the fans of the Marvel Universe as Black Panther.
Before Chadwick Boseman got admitted with cancer, he and Taylor Ledward started dating. They kept their relationship mostly behind bars.
They were seen for the first time together in public dated back to 2015.
Taylor attended the Oscars in 2018, Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2019, and NAACP Image Awards in March, 2019 with Chadwick Boseman. During the NAACP Awards, he thanked Taylor during his speech. He said that “Simone, you’re with me every day. I have to acknowledge you right now. Love you.” He also mumbled the words ‘I Love You’ towards Taylor.
The most recent appearance made by them was in February, 2022, at the NBA All-Star Game in Chicago.
But, according to the reports they got attached long before the NBA All-Star Games. Chadwick Boseman and Taylor Ledward seems to have got tied in October 2019.
On August 28, 2022, our loved actor lived his last moments. The colon cancer developed into IV stage, and that remains as the reason for his death.
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The couple loved each other with all their hearts. The family always supported the two of them. The affection showed the real feelings that they developed for each other amongst the showbiz. Chadwick’s grandmother once released a statement regarding her support for the lovely couple. Tayor’s sister too grew fond of her brother-in-law and sisters love, which she mentioned on her Instagram once.
Chadwick Boseman died, and the family released a statement about it. They said, “He died in his home, with his wife and family by his side. The family thanks you for your love and prayers, and asks that you continue to respect their privacy during this difficult time.”
— Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) August 29, 2022
May peace and blessings be with his family. The fans will miss him for all the roles he has taken up. We will always remember him forever in our mighty hearts.