Influencers and Their Kids Relive ‘Black Panther’ in the Best Way Possible
These influencers are as pumped about Black Panther as you are.
Adrienne Bosh, tWitch Boss, Candace Parker and DeMarcus Ware partnered with a prestigious retail giant to create a branded campaign showcasing new merchandise from the chart-topper action flick.
Seeing #BlackPanther with my kids was such a blessing! Wakanda may be fictional, but the values the movie promotes are so real and important,” entrepreneur, philanthropist and businesswoman Adrienne Bosh captioned a branded photo where she and her son can be seen playing with the Black Panther action figures. “So my kids can make their own stories and continue to feel inspired.”
Former Dallas Cowboy outside linebacker and defensive end DeMarcus Ware also joined in the Black Panther action by creating an awesome branded photo showing him and his kids playing with Black Panther LEGOs in their living room. “Superheroes are multicultural. I’m using these #BlackPanther LEGOs to create a teaching moment for my kids. Those with great power & resources have a duty to use them to make the world a better place,” he captioned.
Similarly, freestyle hip-hop dancer, entertainer and actor tWitch Boss and their kids got their Black Panther fix via these incredibly cool masks and claws. “We gotta teach them the ways of Wakanda early! [...] Children are the future - nurture and support them, and then sit back and watch them change the world,” he captioned.
Last but not least, Candance Parker created an awesome sponsored GIF for the same series. The Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) player posed with her “little Black Panther” for the piece of media. “This movie gave Lailaa a new perspective on what superheroes can look like,” she captioned.
How do YOU get your Black Panther fix?