Sophie Lichaba née Ndaba has spoken out against people body shamming late US actor Chadwick Boseman
The “Dark Panther” star who spent away last Friday following a long term fight with colon malignant growth, was as of late mocked in the wake of posting a video remembering Jackie Robinson’s Day.
In the video cut that was posted on his Instagram page, thin looking Boseman was seen hailing his legend Robinson, and keeping in mind that some communicated their anxiety for the star’s extraordinary weight reduction, many ridiculed him. Lichaba says she can identify with Boseman’s torment of being criticized.
The previous “Ages” entertainer has been a casualty of a Twitter passing fabrication; for a long time web trolls derided her for her weight reduction; and individuals making suppositions about her wellbeing.
Lichaba, who lives with diabetes, took to Facebook on Wednesday and shared an image of Boseman with an inscription: “We have to think take a gander at ourselves n center around that. Your disposition decides your height in your life. It decides your actual character!
She included: “Never peer down on anybody and you don’t have the foggiest idea about their fight, their battle, their story. Boseman, who was determined to have malignancy in 2016, stayed quiet about his ailment, until his passing.
Fans the world over found out about the analysis when his family reported his passing saying that he had been engaging colon malignancy for a long time.
“Chadwick was determined to have stage III colon malignant growth in 2016, and struggled with it these most recent 4 years as it advanced to organize IV, “perused the announcement.
In an Instagram post, two years prior, Lichaba put any misinformation to rest about her wellbeing.
“Living with diabetes doesn’t mean my life must stop. It implies I will battle to live and empower the individuals who as of now are experiencing this dangerous infection,” she said at that point.
Lichaba, who lost her folks to diabetes, said she was a minister for individuals living with diabetes. The “Lockdown” star has been living with diabetes for more than five years.