The iconic singer of The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, has posted a photo of Chadwick Boseman on Instagram and Twitter, and he described his feelings about the unexpected death of Black Panther actor.

Yesterday, Chadwick Boseman has passed away at the age of 43 after several health problems due to colon cancer. On social media, lots of celebrities and friends have written something about Chadwick. One of them was Stones icon, Mick Jagger.

In the message, Mick mentioned Chadwick’s personality and explained how much he’ll miss him by saying that:

“It’s so sad to hear of Chadwick Boseman’s passing, he was a wonderful, funny, kind man and a very talented actor, he will be missed by so many.”

You can see the original Instagram post below.

Three days ago, Mick Jagger attended an interview that made by Apple Music and posted a video from it on Instagram.

During the interview, Mick confirmed that he’s working on new music amid the lockdown. He said:

 “I’m working on music. The Stones were in the studio and got some tracks that we hadn’t finished, so I’ve been trying to finish those – doing the vocals and some other parts.

I’ve been writing some new songs, but it’s been a bit difficult because we haven’t really felt like we could get together in the same room since March.”

You can read the entire interview here.