The love and tributes for the beloved actor, Michael K. Williams are still being sent from all over the world.
Many of his friends and loved ones such as Ava DuVernay, Mariah Carey, Spike Lee, and more have all sent out special messages and shared fond memories of the late actor.
Jonathan Majors, who played Williams’ son in Lovecraft Country also shared his best memories in a touching tribute.
The Root reports, that Majors’ tribute, in part, spoke to when they first met each other. “I met Michael on a steaming day in San Francisco. The year was 2016, and it was my first job. We were to play the same character, that of the late Ken Jones, an LGBTQ rights activist, in the mini-series “When We Rise.” Though we shared no scenes, we shared the same spirit, being assigned the same role. The time we spent eating, talking, praying, laughing, built a bond and connection that would then serve as the bedrock of our second coming together in HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.”
Majors would go on to say that “Williams’ true embodiment of an angel on Earth,” and talked about how Williams was a mentor and brother to him before telling him that he loved Williams.