Angela Bassett and Courtney Vance's teen son apologizes for taking part in fake celeb demise TikTok style - CNN

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The son of actress Angela Bassett has issued an apology after receiving backlash for a viral video of him telling his folks that actor Michael B. Jordan had died.

"i would basically want to express regret to Michael B. Jordan's whole household, his extended family, and him without delay as he's an idol of mine," Slater Vance talked about in a video apology on his Instagram account. "Taking half in a vogue like here is completely disrespectful. I don't wish any bad ramifications of this of my actions upon his household nor my fogeys as they deserve not one of the backlash," Vance pointed out.

in the 27-second Tik Tok video, actress Angela Bassett and her husband actor Courtney B. Vance are in a room with Slater, 16, who's heard asking his parents in the event that they had heard concerning the demise of actor Michael B. Jordan. Bassett, who's certainly emotional after hearing the news, is viewed jogging up to her son as if she is looking to peer where he is analyzing the news.

The video, which has seeing that been removed, doesn't reveal what Bassett's response changed into when she realized that she changed into being pranked.

The more youthful Vance's prank was part of a viral Tik Tok fashion where users lie about superstar deaths to their parents to peer their response.

Bassett and Jordan are costars in the "Black Panther" movie franchise.

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