All in all, people accused her of politicizing his death.
‘Lift him up in the light of goodness and hold him there. @chadwickboseman #ripchadwickboseman’ she captioned the post which also includes Kamala Harris.
Someone said: ‘Didn’t have to politicize his death,’ and another upset follower posted this message: ‘This the only pic you could find huh like for once how bout we think before we post. It’s disrespectful.’
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A post shared by Gabrielle Union-Wade (@gabunion) on Aug 28, 2020 at 7:43pm PDT
A commenter said: ‘Really Gabby? This is just sad,’ and someone else was on the same page: ‘This is not the time for politics.’
A person told her, ‘Go ahead and delete this love. Post a picture of just him. This ain’t it,’ and someone else simply wrote: ‘This is such an awful year. RIP King!!’
Another angry follower wrote: ‘Really, Kamala? It’s about him, not her. Disappointed.’
Someone else asked: ‘Why not post a picture by himself instead of making it about politics smh.’
A follower posted this message: ‘My condolences to his family and friends. This is off topic but just encouraging everyone that life is short. Too short. It’s so sad that anyone of us reading this right now can here today and gone tomorrow. So please, if you’re reading this, please make it right with Christ (if you didn’t already) because if you miss heaven, you won’t miss hell I don’t know you personally but trust me, I want you to make it and yes, Christ is recording this exact moment where I’m telling you all of this. So, on judgment day, He’ll replay this exact moment for you and you will have to give an account of your entire life. I really want this account that you’ll have to give to be one where He’s proud of you and He’ll say “well done my good and faithful servant”. #ripchadwick.’