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Chadwick Boseman Surprising 'Black Panther' Fans on the 'Tonight Show' Is the Best Thing You'll Watch Today

We're jealous and waiting for our Chadwick surprise, too.

We still have Black Panther fever, obviously. And after watching this video segment from Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show featuring T'Challa himself, Chadwick Boseman, it won't wane anytime soon.

Black Panther fans were called to "film a video message," describing what the film means to them. Not to their knowledge, Boseman was behind the curtain the whole time and surprised them.

Cute, right?


From a Howard University alum to a mother and her young son, Black Panther really hit home for the global black community, and their reactions to meeting Boseman were priceless.

We're calling it—this clip will be the best thing you'll watch today.

Watch below.

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Listen to Alicia Keys & Diamond Platnumz’ New Song ‘Wasted Energy’

The Tanzanian music icon and American star team up on the track from her new album, ALICIA.

Tanzanian star Diamond Platnumz features on Alicia Keys' latest album titled, ALICIA.

Platnumz' influence is clear as the song, titled "Wasted Energy," is a far cry from what is usually expected from the "If I Ain't Got You" singer.

Taking cues and influence from reggae, afropop and the bongo flava that the Tanzanian star is known for, "Wasted Energy" speaks of a lover in a relationship with someone who intentionally ignores their needs and desires.

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South African Soldier Shoots Man For Not Wearing A Mask

A South African soldier has been arrested after shooting a man for not wearing a mask in a mall.

According to TimesLIVE, a South African National Defence Force (SANDF) soldier shot a 27-year-old man for allegedly not wearing a mask at a mall. The incident is alleged to have taken place at a mall in the province of Limpopo. The man was reportedly shot after an argument with a soldier about not wearing a mask as required under COVID-19 regulations.

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Botswana Passes Law For Women to Own Land

President Mokgweetsi Masisi has passed long-overdue law that will allow married women to own land.

Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi has reportedly passed a law that will allow married women to be eligible to own land independent of their husbands. The new law is an amendment to Botswana's Land Policy of 2015 which prevented married women, widows and orphans from inheriting land or acquiring new land entirely.

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