Some people on Twitter began asking about Black Panther 2 and it was met with so much outrage.
The news of Chadwick Boseman's death spread through the internet like wildfire.
He died on Friday after a four-year battle with cancer and it came as a surprise to many. The Black Panther star had such a bright future ahead of him, especially in the Marvel Universe.
And of course, some fans had some questions about Black Panther 2 in the wake of Boseman's death.
It's only been a few hours since Boseman's death was announced and fans have already been wondering what's going to happen with the Black Panther franchise. Some suggested that Letitia Wright's Shuri should take up the titular role.
These are obviously concerns that will eventually be brought up but Twitter didn't think it was a good time and went ham. The top tweets about Black Panther 2 saw tons of hate.
Fuck you I hate all of you. pic.twitter.com/MH757Z4Uxb— DanTheMan🎸🐺🕷🐉🦇 (@humandoormatt69) August 29, 2020
One tweet read: "F*ck you if your concern right now is about a MOVIE. Celebrate all that Chadwick Boseman accomplished. F*ck a Black Panther 2, that is so not important now or frankly ever in light of his passing. Some of y'all ghoulish & uncaring AF."
Another read: "F*ck you someone just died. Your first thought shouldn’t be 'hope they filmed Black Panther 2.' F*ck you."
And they kept coming in: "Least be considerate that Chadwick was an actual person and he was so much more than his Marvel character, so asking about Black Panther 2 / the future of Marvel right now is disrespectful on so many levels."
And of course: "If your first reaction to Chadwick Boseman’s death is to talk about Black Panther 2, you can f*ck off. I really couldn’t give a sh*t about Black Panther 2. Chadwick was so much more than that. He was a huge inspiration to black youth, an extremely talented actor, and a good soul."
One fan in particular got exceptionally blasted. The fan asked if Black Panther was finished filming and he instantly became famous.
"The man just died. Let him rest in peace!" said one Twitter user.
"Please delete this. A man just died and you’re worried about a movie," another said.
"A man died of cancer and you're concerned about a Marvel movie?" another said
'What is wrong with you? Have some basic human decency and compassion," and another
"This is extremely disrespectful, the first thing you think about when he dies is Black Panther 2? At least think about how his family and people that were close to him feels right now. 2020 really is taking the most wonderful people in the world away from us," said another.
Marvel has yet to begin filming Black Panther 2 but this shouldn't be the main concern right now. Let's appreciate this man's talent and his inspirational life. He struggled with cancer for four years and still managed to remain positive and grace the world with his talent. RIP to the king!