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RIP Kobe Bryant

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One of Kobe's daughter passed away in that helicopter crash as well. Saw it on Twitter.

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12 minutes ago, MidnightDragon said:

Let's hope so. There's rumors stating otherwise, but the police are going to have a press conference soon, so hopefully things get cleared up.

Seems his 13 year old daughter passed away too :(

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Jeez I thought this was a joke post about LeBron passing him on the all time scoring list. Shocking news. Rip. 

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Not a fan of basketball but I heard about him many times in the news. RIP.

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Damn. What is this world? This is like literally right TF outta nowhere.

 

It's a common fact we take for granted, but we REALLY don't know whose time will be next, do we?

 

EDIT: Want to add, RIP. To him, his daughter, and everyone on that copter.

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35 minutes ago, Venocide said:

There are rumors floating around that his kids were on board. This was confirmed to be false by Alexis Wainwright, but the tweet has been deleted : /

His 13 year old daughter was confirmed to be on board. 

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I'm not a big fan of basketball. But Kobe Bryant...I'm speechless.

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I'm currently speechless.

I know nothing about basketball, but I do know he was one of those all-time legends of said sport, that got even better with the passing of time.

Shocked, to say the least. He was well known for his humility, his charisma and his professionalism, in and out of the court.

 

A sad day for sports in general.

 

May he rest in pace.

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His 13 year old daughter passed away with him

how tragic!

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Who the hell cares if you knew him? You don’t need to, to recognize the impact this man had and pay respect. The man touched upon the lives of millions. Many of us around the world grew up idolizing and revering this guy. He was our role models when some of us didn’t have any other. 

 

I know I didn’t always see it that way. But we’ll always love you, and remember you, and cherish you, and carry on what you started, in everything you’ve done for the world, for the rest of our lives, Kobe. Your legacy lives on with us, and we’ll make you proud. Forever.

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Terrible news! Never been a big fan of basketball but of course I knew who Kobe Bryant was and that he was a giant in this sport. This is the kind of news the world never needed. It's terrible for him, his family and friends, the fans and everyone who is attached to basketball. A real dark day.

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RIP to the 5 who died on the crash so sad :( 

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Honestly it still hasn't sink in to be honest. My father called me talking about it and I was just lost for words.

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Wow!! Sad news indeed, 42 is no age to die, it's the 13 year old daughter that gets me though, poor girl hadn't even experienced life yet. 

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Just completely at a loss for words. May he, his daughter Gianna and the three others not named in the crash all rest in peace. 

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Many on that plane is had full lives to live. It really is tragic and harsh to listen to it. RIP

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Being in UK, Basketball isn’t my choice of sport as a rule, but regardless of that, Im aware of the big name players and this is just awful news. Heard his 13yr old daughter died too. What an absolute shame. May his family one day find peace. So sad.

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Rest in peace, Legendary Laker Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna 'GiGi', and all others. I was hoping for a bit that this isn't true at all. I was a big fan of Los Angeles Lakers back in early 2000's, and I remember watching him playing in every single game back in 97' or 98'. Knowing that this was a long time ago, but it feels like it is only yesterday. Yet so many memories of him and Shaq throwing words with each other, every of his move in NBA games, his struggles, and contentment. 
I have no word but looking at stormy grey sky now. A sad day.   

 

A loving memory of a father and daughter. 

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