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Taraji P. Henson Applauds Rapper C5 for His Heartfelt Tribute and Impressive Bars

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Taraji P. Henson took to Instagram to express her admiration for rapper C5, who recently dropped bars praising the acclaimed actress’s illustrious career. In a heartfelt post, Henson commended C5 for the powerful image he projects and lauded his admirable qualities as a father. She appreciated his beautiful humanity, emphasizing his role as a loving dad and a remarkable individual. Henson also didn’t shy away from acknowledging C5’s impressive lyrical skills, stating, “MIGHT I ADD YOU GOT BARZZZZZ🔥🔥🔥.” The actress conveyed her adoration and extended blessings to C5 and his family, expressing gratitude for the joy he brought to her heart.

A graduate of Howard University, Taraji P. Henson rose to prominence with breakout roles in films such as “Hustle & Flow” (2005) and “The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button” (2008). The latter earned her an Academy Award nomination, and she later secured a Golden Globe win for her performance in the television series “Empire.” Henson’s recent project, the musical film adaptation of “The Color Purple,” has garnered significant attention.

“The Color Purple” achieved a remarkable milestone by recording the second-best Christmas Day opening in history, raking in $18 million this past Monday. The film’s success on Christmas Day is surpassed only by the 2009 release of “Sherlock Holmes,” which grossed $24.6 million. The adaptation received positive acclaim with an 88% critic’s rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Expressing her joy and gratitude, director Blitz Bazawule, who helmed “The Color Purple,” shared on social media, “Woke up to all the positive reactions to #TheColorPurple. What a blessing!!! Grateful to all who helped me make this film. Let’s continue to pack the theaters y’all.”

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This latest rendition of “The Color Purple” is a modern interpretation of Alice Walker’s seminal novel. Initially adapted into a film in 1985 by Steven Spielberg, the story was later adapted into a Broadway musical in 2005 and revived in 2015. The 2023 film aligns more closely with the musical adaptation than the original novel, marking another successful chapter in Taraji P. Henson’s celebrated career.

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