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‘We Love You’ – Michael B Jordan and Jonathan Majors show their support for Angela Bassett after her Oscar loss


Michael Jordan and Jonathan Majors called out love to Angela Bassett after losing her Oscar, which garnered all the praise and love from the audience. The little gesture is what makes it great; The fact that Michael B.

Jordan, with his baritone voice, addressed Queen Ramonda, aka Angela Bassett, as Eric Killmonger, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of Black Panther fans. Where he and Jonathan Majors offered comfort and support to Angela Bassett by saying, “Auntie, we love you.”

Suspension of the loss of Angela Bassett and the support of Jordan and Major

Angela Bassett, who was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, which went to Jamie Lee Curtis for her work in… Everything everywhere at once She was expected to win her role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever at the 2023 Academy Awards, but that didn’t seem to happen.

This has Michael B. Jordan using the “hello auntie” his character uses to address Ramonda’s Queen Bassett when they first meet in 2018’s Black Panther, as he and Majors take the stage. Before moving on to the predetermined show, they went on to say, “We love you,” to the actress. Which won all the praise and cheers from the audience for this statement.

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Fans react to this heartfelt moment

One user said that Jordan and Mayors “know Angela Bassett was mugged” on Twitter.

Another person posted, “Michael B. Jordan made sure to make it known for his support of Angela Bassett.”

The other quoted and addressed the use of “we” in the sentence, noting that on behalf of everyone, Michael B. Jordan Angela Bassett, “Hi, Auntie, We Love You” [Oscars] platform.

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.