Vanessa Bryant Dedicates Touching Message to Kobe on Valentine’s Day

The entire world celebrates Valentine’s Day. Sadly, some didn’t get a chance to celebrate the big day with their loved ones. Vanessa Bryant is still trying to overcome the terrible loss, and this Valentine’s day was so sad for her that she decided to deliver an emotional message for Kobe.

Lovely Vanessa took to her Instagram account to write a few nice words. It was a message filled with love and emotions.

Kobe and Vanessa first met in 1999. They got married two years later and celebrated their big day on April 18, 2001. The couple went through a lot together, but they were madly in love with each other. Their romance ended on Jan. 26.

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Kobe died in a tragic helicopter accident that day. His plane crashed outside Los Angeles. Kobe was traveling with his daughter Gianna and seven others. No one survived the terrible crash. It was a big loss for us all. The world lost a basketball legend. LA lost the biggest supporter in history of sports.

The Black Mamba spent his entire career with the Los Angeles Lakers, leading the team to five championship wins. Kobe was a regular visitor at Staples Center. He watched players improve. He watched everyone win. Kobe joined the basketball Hall of Fame posthumously. Vanessa wanted to keep his memory alive.

Vanessa keeps sharing photos and videos of Kobe and Gigi. She reminds us all of their greatness.

We are sending our love and support, and Vanessa really appreciates that. She really needs these messages of support right now. 2020 was a hard year for her and her family. She has to be strong for her lovely girls. Her three beautiful kids have to grow in perfect harmony.

Current and former basketball players honored Kobe and everything he did in his career. He was an excellent mentor and basketball legend. Young players looked up to him. Everyone wanted to be as competitive as Kobe. He was one of the best basketball players of all time. LeBron James and Anthony Davis honored him with great Black mamba tattoos.