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Wakanda Forever: Lewis Hamilton pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman at Belgium GP - WATCH

Chadwick was diagnosed with cancer four years back, confirmed his family statement. The 'Black Panther' star did not make his diagnosis public. The MCU film released in 2018, two years after his diagnosis.

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Wakanda Forever: Lewis Hamilton pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman at Belgium GP - WATCH
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Formula one driver Lewis Hamilton paid his tribute to Hollywood actor Chadwick Boseman, best remembered for his role in 'Black Panther', no his sudden demise on Saturday (August 29). Hamilton, who finished the qualifiers at pole position for tomorrow's Belgian Grand Prix main race, stood on top of his car after the qualifiers and made the iconic 'Wakanda Forever' gesture from the movie Black Panther.

After the race, Lewis also spoke on the topic of Chadwick's death and said: "I woke up to the sad news of Chadwick passing away. That news really, really broke me."

"He was such a shining light. Wakanda Forever. I just wanted to come out today and drive to perfection," he added.

- Lewis Hamilton

Chadwick died on Friday due to Stage IV colon cancer at the age of 43. Boseman was in his Los Angeles home with wife and family, when he breathed his last. 

The actor was diagnosed with cancer four years back, confirmed his family statement. The 'Black Panther' star did not make his diagnosis public. The MCU film released in 2018, two years after his diagnosis.

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