Audioslave and Soundgarden’s late frontman Chris Cornell‘s daughter, Toni Cornell, responded to a post about recently deceased actor Chadwick Boseman on Instagram and revealed she also suffered from cyber bullying.
As you may recall, the 43-year-old actor and producer Chadwick Boseman, known for his ‘T’Challa‘ character in the Marvel film ‘Black Panther,’ sadly passed away due to the complications related to colon cancer.
Although he was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer earlier in 2016, Chadwick continued filming several movies during the period of his treatment, such as ‘Marshall,’ ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ and ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.’ When he started losing weight drastically as a result of the cancer treatment, many people commented on his photos mercilessly on social media, which led Boseman to delete his photos and turn off the comments on Instagram.
Recently on Instagram, Chris Cornell’s daughter Toni responded to a post regarding the cyber bullying Chadwick Boseman exposed during the period of his cancer treatment. Toni Cornell revealed that she was also suffered from cyber bullying and urged her followers to think twice before sharing their thoughts on social media since it could harm certain people.
Here’s what Toni Cornell asserted in her statement about cyber bullying:
“As a victim of cyber bullying, I say this all the time. You don’t know what people are going through, or how your comments can affect them. Just be kind. It takes absolutely no effort.”
You can see the statement Toni Cornell shared via Instagram stories below.