Chadwick Boseman Brought The Power Of The Black Panther To St. Jude’s Hospital
Actor Chadwick Boseman is flexing his superhero powers on and off screen. The actor paid a visit to St. Jude’s hospital in Memphis, Tennessee to bring joy to sick children.
Boseman’s mission was to learn more about the hospital’s mission and to meet the patients sick with cancer.
Chadwick shared the special moment of Instagram, captioned:
“Had a birthday celebration with a beautiful little princess, Mady. She let me throw the confetti twice. I think I had as much fun as she did. #StJude”
Boseman’s greetings didn’t stop there. He also stopped in to say hello to little boy named Hayden, saying about the moment:
“Hayden wanted me to say hello to two of his other favorite @Marvel heroes, Thor and Spider-Man, so @ChrisHemsworth and @TomHolland2013 – my boy says hi! Also had to add a Killmonger bobble head to his collection. @michaelbjordan #StJude”
Before “Black Panther” hit screens in February, Chadwick revealed during his press rounds that he had been in contact with two kids who had terminal cancer during the filming of the movie. In this particular moment, he was brought to tears by the idea that these kids were “holding on” in order to see the movie premiere.
You can watch the emotional moment below: