Taraji Henson's heartwarming message to American sprint queen Sha'Carri Richardson

Taraji Henson's heartwarming message to American sprint queen Sha'Carri Richardson

Abigael Wafula 14:10 - 29.05.2024

American star actress Taraji Henson is undoubtedly Sha'Carri Richardson's diehard fan following the latest motivational words she shared with the sprint queen.

Reigning world 100m champion Sha’Carri Richardson made a statement at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday, May 25, with a stunning win in the women’s 100m.

Richardson claimed the win clocking an impressive 10.83 to cross the finish line ahead of Julien Alfred who was forced to take second place in 10.93. Great Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith completed the podium, clocking an impressive 10.98 to cross the finish line.

The American sprint queen was off to a poor season start in the 200m, where she failed to win any of the two races she competed in. She started off with a second-place finish at the Diamond League Meeting in Xiamen before finishing third in the meeting in Suzhou.

With her quality, fans started raising eyebrows but she confirmed her capabilities at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. The 24-year-old has always been great on family and her career and after her explosive run over the weekend, she shared some of her favourite photos from the weekend and captioned them: “Keeping the main thing, the main thing!”

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Many of her fans flooded her comment section with motivating messages including American actress Taraji Henson. She commented on her post saying: “Keep going!!! Proud of you.”

Dr. Rocky Turner also commented on Richardson’s post saying: “Some say that she is back…I say, she has never left. Mindset! Let’s go.”

Another fan of hers added saying: “The greatest sprinter of all time…argue with yourself.” “Her technique is flawless. Just look at how she digs when the gun goes off and she gets in her final form quick,” another fan added.

“You make all of Oak Cliff proud. As a girl from Oak Cliff and Carter High School, I salute you. Let’s go,” another fan commented. Kristen Holloway added: “She’s that girl! Top end speed…”