This past weekend came with the news that actor Chadwick Boseman, best known for his role as King T'Challa, the Black Panther from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, died at the age of 43 from a colon cancer diagnosis that was previously unknown to the general public. As soon as the news broke out, Wright took to social media and confessed that his passing on has left her feeling hurt.
On Instagram, the Creed star wrote: "I've been trying to find the words, but nothing comes close to how I feel".
In her social media post to commemorate Boseman's influential spirit, she shared a video of pockets of nature, attractive sunsets and sunrises, blended with archival images and video of some of her favorite moments with her on-screen brother. Before she got on the plane to Los Angeles, she recounted, "God told me that you are my brother and that I am to love you as such". She began by describing Chadwick as "a soul so attractive", before adding that the room would carry a sense of calm when you walked into a room.
"You're forever in my heart", she concludes.
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Wright also says that she had tried to contact him recently, but he had not replied.
She speaks of meeting him for the first time and looking through pictures of him. "And all that's left now could be for us to permit all of the seeds that you've got planted on the earth to develop, to blossom, to turn into much more lovely. The family thanks you for your love and prayers, and asks that you continue to respect their privacy during this hard time", the statement read. But now, my heart is broken. "Leaning my head on your shoulders in the front room, as Ryan gave us notes", Wright added, referring to the time both stars spent on the sets of Black Panther. "Each time I noticed you, the world could be a greater place".