-Vanessa Bryant has requested that the NBA should not pay tribute to Kobe and their daughter Gianna
- January 26, 2021, marks a year Kobe and Gianni along with seven other people were killed in a helicopter crash
- Countless number of basketball and non-basketball team paid tribute to the five-time NBA champion
Wife of late NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, Vanessa, has pleaded with the basketball body not to pay tributes to her husband.
Vanessa claims that it will be too painful for her when the whole country pay tribute to her husband and their daughter.
Exactly a year back, the LA Lakers legend, his daughter Gianna along with seven other people perished in a helicopter crash.
The incident is still regarded as a sorrowful day in America's sports history which occurred on January 26, 2020.
NBA players took intentional eight-second backcourt violations and 24-second violations to honour Kobe
Many murals were put in Los Angeles to pay tribute to the 5x NBA champion and his daughter Gianna.
A few days back Vanessa shared a post on Instagram about handling the loss of a beloved one.
The post read:
“Grief is a messed up cluster of emotions. I want to say this for people struggling with grief and heartbreaking loss. Find your reason to live.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa has admitted that she is yet to come to terms with reality regarding the death of her husband and daughter, Gianna.
Kobe, Gianna and seven other people were involved in a helicopter crash on January 26, 2020, while they were travelling to Calabasas, California.
Vanessa posted a heartfelt message on Instagram concerning the death of her 41-year-old husband and 13-year-old daughter.
Legit.ng had also reported when Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash including his daughter Gianna in an incident that occurred in Calabasas, California, as the basketball world has been thrown into mourning, TMZ Sports reports.
The NBA legend who is the fourth-highest scoring player with 33,655 points just one short of Lebron James, was confirmed dead.
Reports claim the former LA Lakers legend was travelling with four other unidentified people in his private helicopter when the incident happened, and everyone on board lost their lives.