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    Black Panther’s Shaman, Sope Aluko Is Honored In The US As A Day Is Dedicated To Her


    Nigerian-American actress, Sope Aluko is definitely having the time of her life as she sees a steady rise in her career.

    Following her Black Panther role as the shaman, she will also be appearing in the movie Venom.

    Now, in a bid to celebrate her steady rise in Hollywood, the Florida County where she lives has decided to dedicate a whole day to her.

    According to the news Aluko excitedly shared on her Instagram, Miami-Dade County has proclaimed April 10, 2018, as Sope Aluko Day — an honor she was presented by the county’s mayor and vice chairwoman.

    This is clearly just the beginning for her. Even with her casting in Venom aside, she’s also set to appear alongside Taraji P. Henson and this year’s ‘Best Supporting Actor’ Oscar winner, Sam Rockwell, in the upcoming period drama, The Best Of Enemies. We really can’t wait to see more of her.

    Read: Black Panther Keeps Breaking Records As It Becomes Most Tweeted Movie

    View her post below.

    A post shared by Sope Aluko (@sopealuko) on

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