A follower said: ‘Living 4 yrs with stage 3 colon cancer & we never even knew because his strength was stronger than his diagnosis. So much more than an amazing actor. RIP 🙏.’
One other commenter posted this: ‘I remember a while back when a photo surfaced of him, and he appeared thin, people were dogging him out. I was hoping it was for a role but had this eerie feeling for some reason. He was sick for 4 years and put on a brave face. Man, 2020 has def been a year for the books so far. I pray the last 1/4 is the rainbow after the storm. Rest easy man.’
Someone else said: ‘I’m glad to read that he was a Christian, baptized, and still active in his faith.’
The same person continued and wrote: ‘When one of our own passes on… we don’t mourn… we rejoice! For he has gone on to be with the Lord Jesus Christ. No more pain, no more sickness, but everlasting life with our Savior † Jesus Christ. He has received his crown 🤴🏾 hallelujah 🙌🏾’
A commenter said: ‘This has hurt the black community badly. 😢😢😢 Praying for his family! 🙏🏽.’
One Instagrammer wrote: ‘Wakanda forever🙅🏾♂️You know the sad thing is that he been fighting this since 2016 so while he fighting for his life and playing a superhero at the same time and living his life to the fullest for sure.’
Someone else shared this message: ‘Thank you for shining your light and sharing your talent with the world. Love and strength to your family. Rest in love my brother. He was next level strong! Cancer ain’t nothing to play with, and he went round for round with it for 4 whole years! Now… THAT’S strength! I’m praying for his loved ones!’
In other news, Kandi paid tribute to her daughter not too long ago.