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Kobe Bryant’s Death: The World Reacts To The Legend’s Air Crash

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It was peak morning when a helicopter lost control and started to fail. Unable to gain control of the aircraft, the pilot could not keep the helicopter up in the air as it started to crash. The rotor blades chopped up the wet grass in a foggy canyon as it crashed to the ground and ripped itself apart. Although the smoke was coming from Calabasas, Los Angeles, the whole world heard the crackling noise of the crash. Kobe Bryant’s death with his 13-year old daughter, Gianna, is a grave loss for the world. Lizzo, John Legend, and other top celebrities from all over the world have come together to spare a few moments for the legend of NBA and basketball.

Kobe Bryant’s Tragic Death Saddens The World

Kobe Bryant said he wanted to be remembered as a player who never wasted a moment. He wanted the world to remember as the guy with the talent:

With LA Lakers officially retiring the number 8 and 24 permanently, he has already left a legacy for future NBA stars to look up to. The world will always remember him for his stunning 81 point victory and a lot more. Black Mamba is a legend, and legends never die.

This happened today in the Philippines:


Remember today was GRAMMY awards and Lizzo was there to remind us of the tragic loss. Watch her performance below:

Here is John Legend performing at the GRAMMYs 2020 and paying a tribute to Kobe “Mamba” Bryant after his death.

Kobe died alongside his little girl, Gianna, and seven others who were traveling with him in the helicopter. Bryant was possibly heading to Thousand Oaks to coach his daughter’s basketball team for a tournament. He now leaves behind his wife, Vanessa, and three daughters – Natalia (17), Bianka (3), Capri (seven months).

Almost everyone is in pain as the world lost a great player and even a wonderful dad.

People are literally coming out to talk about how they spent time with him hours before his crash, The news must have hit them harder than anyone else.

We hear you Mr former president.

Kobe Bryant leaves behind a legacy that holds two Olympic gold medals in 2008 and 2012, 18 times All-Star team member, fourth-highest all-time scorer with 33,643 points. Kobe could have been third, but LeBron James took over the night before his death.

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