Even with two months having passed since its release and with Avengers: Infinity War just around the corner, it seems as if everyone is still riding a Black Panther high and the stars of the film are making sure to use the power of the spotlight for good.
Winston Duke, who played King of the Jabari tribe M’Baku, has released an M’Baku themed ‘Wakanda Forever’ clothing line with a portion of the proceeds going towards the American Diabetes Association.
The clothing ranges from $25 to $49.99, and includes tees, tanks, and sweaters with Afrocentric designs as well as portraits of M’Baku handsome mug. All of the articles are limited edition and the sale will end April 27, leaving a little more than a week until the pieces will be gone forever.
Duke’s Instagram post about the line can be seen below and the clothing can be bought here.
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Hey Friends! I’ve been working with the folks at @represent to create limited edition M’Baku #WAKANDAFOREVER tees,tanks and sweaters! Available for a limited time only at http://represent.com/winstonduke (Link also in bio) . . . A portion of the proceeds will support a cause close to my heart, the American Diabetes Association. Many members of my family and extended family are living with diabetes. They are rockstars and deserve the support needed to thrive. ❤️✊🏿 #JabariTribe #blackpanther #mbaku . . Artwork by McKayle Harnell, @Kris_McKayle and Emily Carpenter-Munroe of @saintjawn.official .
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