Boseman’s last tweet, on Aug. 11, is a picture of himself and Harris hugging, along with the caption “YES @KamalaHarris!
The tweet came after Harris had been announced as the Democratic vice presidential nominee.
According to Newsweek, the photo was taken at a 2018 event for Families Belong Together, a coalition against separating children who have immigrated to the United States from their families.
The American magazine said he had been a strong voting advocate, and appeared in a 2018 public service announcement encouraging Americans to vote.
Baseman, best known for playing King T’Challa in the Marvel superhero franchise, Black Panther, died at the age of 43.
A statement on his official Twitter handle said the actor, who had been battling colon cancer since 2016, died at home in Los Angeles with his wife and family by his side.
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