Chadwick Boseman needs a break from doing the "Wakanda Forever" salute -- at least according to Michael B. Jordan.
Jordan accepted the award for best villain at the MTV Movie and TV Awards -- which were taped on Saturday but aired on Monday -- and joked that his "Black Panther" co-star is getting really tired of people asking him to bust out the Wakanda Forever salute from the hit Marvel movie.
"Chadwick Boseman, he personally asked me to ask y'all to stop asking him to say 'Wakanda Forever' out on the streets," Jordan told the crowd. "Y'all taking this forever thing a little too seriously."
After Jordan made the plea to fans, the camera panned back to Boseman, who couldn't contain his laughter.
It's difficult to tell if Jordan was really just joking since fans noticed that Boseman, who plays T'Challa in the Marvel franchise, seems to have grown visibly weary over time when asked to perform the salute at what seems like every promotional event he's had to attend since "Black Panther" was released in February.
Boseman, who took home the awards for best hero and best performance in a movie, previously told Jimmy Kimmel that fans have been completely obsessed with getting him to do the salute.