Chadwick Boseman’s last Tweet makes internet history
Chadwick Boseman’s final tweet that announced to the world that he had passed away, ahs become the most liked post in Twitter history.
The Tweet included a black and white photo of Boseman, as well as a statement by his family confirming that he died after a four-year battle with colon cancer.
In a public statement, Twitter said that, “fans are coming together on Twitter to celebrate the life of Chadwick Boseman, and the tweet sent from his account last night is now the most-liked tweet of all time on Twitter.”
Twitter also drew attention to the fact by re-tweeting the message via its official account, it said that “Most liked Tweet ever. A tribute fit for a King. #WakandaForever.”
Currently, Boseman’s tweet has to more than six million likes, surpassing the previous most-liked post from 2017, which was from Barak Obama.
Twitter has also brought back the Black Panther hashtag emoji in honour of the late actor.
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