Lupita Nyong’owho plays Nakia on the tape “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”is counted as one of the millions of fans he has John Gabriel and this was demonstrated when he uploaded to his account Instagram a video where he comes out singing “I like to be with you”.
The publication of the Mexican-Kenyan actress was accompanied by the following messages: “Mexico!! I’m here! A song for you! MX #BlackPanther #WakandaForever #PanteraNegra #WakandaForever”.
We must remember that within this second film of “Black Panther” Mexicans also come out Tenoch Huerta like Namor and Mabel Chain like Namora.
This is not the first time Lupita Nyong’o He declares himself a fan of Mexican singers, in the past he said that one of the songs he liked to listen to while preparing the radio soap opera “Romeo and Juliet” was the one of “You no longer live in me”of Carlos Rivera and Yuri.
During an interview with Stephen Colbert He talked about his taste and how the song came into his life: “I found it when I was preparing for the radio soap opera Romeo and Juliet, I just love it, it’s passionate. The way the lyrics capture the passion and loss of love, it’s a very catchy song. I just love it, and I listen to it over and over and over and over again.”
Painful and therapeutic to return to “Black Panther”: Lupita Nyong’o
On returning to the second part of the tape, after the death of Chadwick Bosemansaid the following during a press conference to promote the film, which opens in the next few days: “playing Nakia It was very therapeutic for me. Because I had to look past my frustrations at losing Chadwick and learn from her. Learn from that wisdom that she seems to have. So for that I am very grateful to you, Ryan (Coogler, the film’s director).”
“When I was reading the script and thinking about where I was, I realized that what she once was for T’Challa now he had the opportunity to offer it to Shuri. And it made a lot of sense to me in terms of the structure and the architecture of the story. When we talk about exploring pain, it really helps to have someone who has made friends with the change,” she stated.