Chadwick Boseman’s estate is nearly $4 million in debt, the actor confirmed on Saturday night.
In an Instagram post with a lengthy caption, Boseman revealed the estate – believed to be worth an estimated $3.5 million – is more than $3 million in debt.
“This world needs more determination, more perseverance, more love, and less loneliness,” Boseman wrote. “So, if anyone could make people feel better about their lives, I think it’s me. If you don’t pay my medical bills, I will steal from your house. If I lose my house, I will build one for you. If I can’t build you a house, I will tear down your house. But if I can only get you out of your house, let me give you a safe path to your home, or at least a hole so that you can crawl through.”
Chadwick Boseman – a.k.a. Captain America: Civil War’s Bucky Barnes – has a U.S. military background.
But as a child, Boseman was expelled from junior high and went on to attend D.C. Collegiate High School, where he spoke of his struggles as an impoverished teen.
After dropping out of college, Boseman tried his hand at acting for a few years, but ended up attending Central State University in Ohio, where he earned his Master’s degree.
Boseman played James Brown’s close friend, Sam Albert, in the acclaimed documentary “Get On Up.”
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