- Fans are calling for Marvel to cast Sho Madjozi in the Black Panther sequel
- It is a no brainier - Sho has a way of showcasing African culture like no other; plus, she did make a hit song inspired by the movie
- Social media has been buzzing with requests and fans are adamant that they will get Marvel to notice Sho
Fans have decided that Sho Madjozi has to be a part of Black Panther 2, it just makes sense. Who better to represent Africa than Sho Madjozi? It’s a no-brainer.
Sho Madjozi is a phenomenal artist who has a way of preserving culture whilst adapting it to modern influence. Her Black Panther-inspired hit, Wakanda Forever, is the reason fans are calling for her to be in Black Panther 2.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the creators of Black Panther, Marvel, have started to roll out their five-year sequel plan, and this means that Black Panther 2 is coming.
The exact date of the release has not been given, but Marvel did reveal some dates for the releases of their upcoming films, which are: May 1 and November 6 2020; February 12, May 7, and November 5 2021; and February 18, May 6, and July 29 2022, according to Business Insider.
Despite the three-year uncertainty, fans are still buzzing over the fact that there is actually going to be a sequel.
Connie Chiume, Atandwa Kani, Trevor Noah and John Kani stared in the first movie, and Mzansi is hoping to add another South African cast member to the sequel - Sho Madjozi .
Fans took to social media to have their say and push for Sho to be in Black Panther 2. We won’t lie, it would be pretty lit if she does.
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