Who Said What on Kobe Bryant Sad Demise

Kobe Bryant was a legendary BasketBall player died in a Tragic helicopter crash with her daughter Gigi also killed in the accident. As per reports nine people were 11 People lost Their life in the tragic accident. The Accident happened due to light and dense fog and the Helicopter crashed into side of mount Calabasas. In this post we will get into Who Said What on Kobe Bryant Sad Demise :

Barack Obama Said in his Tweet:

“Kobe was a legend on the court and just getting started in what would have been just as meaningful a second act. To lose Gianna is even more heartbreaking to us as parents. Michelle and I send love and prayers to Vanessa and the entire Bryant family on an unthinkable day”barrack obama tweet about kobe bryant death

Tiger Woods Reacts in an interview and said:

“I didn’t know until Joey just told me coming off the 18th green,” Woods told CBS Sports after the round. “I didn’t understand why people in the gallery were saying, ‘Do it for Mamba.’ Now I understand. It’s a shocker to everyone. I’m unbelievably sad, and it’s one of the more tragic days. The reality is setting in because I was just told about 5 minutes ago.”

Indian Cricket Star Virat Kohli put a instagram post to pay condolence:

Absolutely devastated to hear this news today. So many childhood memories of waking up early and watching this magician doing things on the court that I would be mesmerized by. Life is so unpredictable and fickle. His daughter Gianna passed away too in the crash. Iam absolutely Heartbroken. Rest in peace. Strength and condolences to the family.

Indian Cricket Star Rohit Sharma Said:

Sad day for the sporting world today. One of the greats of the game gone too soon. Rest in peace Kobe Bryant and his little daughter Gianna and the other victims.

Football Legend Cristiano Ronaldo Tweeted:

So sad to hear the heartbreaking news of the deaths of Kobe and his daughter Gianna. Kobe was a true legend and inspiration to so many. Sending my condolences to his family and friends and the families of all who lost their lives in the crash. RIP Legend

US President Donald Trump Tweeted:

“He loved his family so much, and had such strong passion for the future, The loss of his beautiful daughter, Gianna, makes this moment even more devastating.”

Singer Taylor Swift tweeted:

My heart is in pieces hearing the news of this unimaginable tragedy. I can’t fathom what the families are going through. Kobe meant so much to me and to us all. Sending my prayers, love, and endless condolences to Vanessa and the family and anyone who lost someone on that flight.

John Legend Wrote on Twitter:

“Life can be so brutal and senseless sometimes.”

Michael Jordan said in a statement that:

“he spoke to Bryant often and that he was “like a little brother to me.”

Dwyane Wade, the former Miami Heat star, said on Instagram that Bryant “was who I chased” and that it was “one of the saddest days in my lifetime.”

Neymar Jr., the Brazilian soccer star, held up the number 24 with his fingers and pressed his hands together in a prayer motion after scoring a penalty kick for Paris Saint-Germain.

Nick Kyrgios wore a yellow No. 8 Bryant jersey as he walked on court for his blockbuster match against the top-seeded Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open.

Bryant never played for the Mavericks, Dallas announced on Twitter that “the number 24 will never again be worn by a Dallas Maverick.”

The Lakers retired both of Bryant’s jersey numbers -— 8 and 24 — in 2017, but no N.B.A. team has ever retired the number of another team’s player. Donovan Mitchell, who plays for the Utah Jazz, proposed the league go a step further, retiring the number for all teams.

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