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Vanessa Bryant Shares Touching Throwback Clip Of Kobe, Gianna With Beyonce’s ‘XO’ Lyrics
February 29, 2020
Vanessa Bryant shared a throwback clip of Kobe and Gianna and it made us cry. The Black Mamba lost his life in a helicopter crash on Jan. 25, and Vanessa struggles to accept the sad reality. Kobe was traveling with Gianna and seven others when the helicopter crashed outside Los Angeles. There’s an ongoing investigation into the crash, and Vanessa has already filed a lawsuit against the helicopter company.
The clip is from Kobe’s 2015 Showtime documentary, “Kobe Bryant’s Muse.” It shows his career, daily life and the success he had outside the court. You can hear Beyonce’s “XO” playing through several clips of the Bryants enjoying their lovely day.
It starts with a card
game and a lot of laughs. Natalia is there, too. Bianka and Capri weren’t born
“Missing you both so
much,” the grieving mom and widow wrote.
She also shared the lyrics to Beyonce’s song. Beyonce performed the song at Staples Center on Monday during the memorial organized in honor of Kobe and his girl. We know this was Kobe’s favorite girl. Vanessa followed the brilliant performance with a speech, and this was her first public appearance after the crash.
Vanessa Bryant shares throwback clip in honor of Kobe and Gianna
Lovely Vanessa shares a lot of memories of Kobe and Gigi. She’s been receiving a lot of support from her friends, family and fans. Soccer star Sydney Leroux got a No. 2 tattoo in honor of Gigi’s jersey number. Vanessa took notice of that. She also sent much love to Kobe’s sister, Sharia Washington, for the beautiful 2-24 Mamba tattoo on her left shoulder blade.
Lakers superstars LeBron
James and Anthony Davis got their Black Mamba tattoos as well. Shaquille O’Neal’s
son got a nice ink piece in honor of Kobe. The entire world of basketball found
a way to say goodbye. Truth is, it was never a goodbye. Kobe will always be
here. He will always be at Staples Center, cheering on his Lakers.
The world lost an
incredible person and an icon. Kobe was one of a kind, and there will be no
other player like him.