Al Sharpton has hailed Harry Belafonte as a “history-changing activist.”
The award-winning star died Tuesday (4/25/23) in New York City at the age of 96 after suffering from congestive heart failure and the civil rights activist has already taken to social media to pay a glowing tribute to his friend.
Alongside a series of throwback pictures of them together, Al wrote on Twitter: “I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of Harry Belafonte, a true mentor and friend. I appreciated the time he gave me and others to guide and correct us. He was a history-changing activist, a culture-changing entertainer, and an unsurpassed intellectual. RIP and Power, Mr. B (sic)”
Mia Farrow has also taken to social media to praise the chart star.
The 78-year-old actress described Belafonte as a “deeply moral and caring man”.
She wrote on Twitter: “We have lost the amazing Harry Belafonte – a beautiful singer, a brilliant and courageous civil rights activist, a deeply moral and caring man. Miss you already Harry [broken-heart emoji] (sic)”
Elsewhere, Jeffrey Wright has hailed Belafonte as a “standard bearer.”
The award-winning actor also praised the iconic star for his role in the civil rights movement in America in the ’50s and ’60s.
Jeffrey – who has won various awards throughout his career including an Emmy, a Tony and a Golden Globe – wrote on the microblogging platform: “Harry Belafonte was a standard-bearer in the Robeson tradition of cross-generational artistry and deeply informed and engaged social and political engagement. Perhaps the last of a great tribe. As smart as he was stunningly handsome. He met the moment his whole life. What a man. RIP (sic)”
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