- Vanessa invited a famous tattoo artist to her home so that she and her daughter Natalia could get some cool body art
- In videos shared by the widow on Instagram, Vanessa inked the name Mambacita on her forearm
- Natalia had two tattoos done, one was written Muse and the other was on her wrist
- All the tattoos have very significant meanings
More than a year after losing a father and daughter, the Bryant family continues to honour a part of them that they long for every day.
Kobe's widow Vanessa and firstborn daughter Natalia decided to get tattoos in memory of the basketball legend and daughter killed in a helicopter crash on January 26, 2020.
On Tuesday, March 23, the two invited one of the most revered tattoo artists, Nikko Hurtado, to get some cool body art that they shared on Instagram.
Vanessa inked the name Mambacita on her forearm, which was a nickname given to the late Gianna due to her basketball talent like her dad.
Her 18-year-old daughter Natalia got the name Muse inked on her finger, which was the title of Kobe's documentary released back in 2015.
The teen got another tattoo on her wrist, which was not clear in videos shared by Vanessa, but according to the specific hashtags she used, the tat could be the word MambaSheath.
Vanessa and Natalia appeared to have had a lot of fun doing the tattoos as they laughed and teased each other.
She thanked Nikko for agreeing to her call and it was reported that he has also worked on several other tattoos on the mother of four's body.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that US rap musician, Meek Mill, was dragged on social media for rapping about late NBA superstar, Kobe Bryant's tragic death.
A snippet of an upcoming track by the US rapper featuring Lil Baby was shared by a Twitter user on Thursday, February 18.
Unimpressed hip-hop heads took to the app to slam the rapper for his line referring to the tragic passing of Kobe.