- Zaya Wade shared a lovely photo with a jersey dress with Kobe's number as she remembered the basketball legend and his daughter
- American rapper, Kanye also shared a photo of him and Kobe back in the day and also noted how much he misses him
- Fans were impressed by their posts and lauded the two as they also joined them in remembering the lost souls
Basketball legend Dwayne Wade’s daughter Zaya has celebrated Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna as the world marks two years since their passing.
The Lakers basketball icon and his daughter passed away on January 26, 2020, after their helicopter crashed in the city of Calabasas, California, killing everyone on board.
Going on her Instagram page, Zaya shared a photo of her donning a long yellow Lakers jersey dress with Kobe's number eight at the front.
The matching lower side of the dress had a paisley print, with the 14-year-old standing in front of the beautiful blue sky in the background.
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She also added a photo of her and her father during a meet up with Vanessa Bryant and her eldest daughter Natalia.
In her caption, she wrote:
"Always remembering and honouring Kobe and Gianna."
Kanye honours Kobe
Rapper Kanye West also celebrated Kobe, sharing a photo of them during his basketball playing days.
The two were sharing a light moment that appeared to remind the rapper of the old days.
Kanye captioned the post:
"Miss you family."
Here are how other fans responded to the two posts:
"It will never feel real."
"Rest in peace in the name of Jesus."
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"We love both of y’all Ye."
"Rest in peace legends."
"Love you miss you."
"Yeeeees!!!!!!!!!! The heat."
Vanessa Bryant settles lawsuit
Her legal team filed a notice of settlement with the court, according to new legal documents acquired by TMZ.
Vanessa filed a lawsuit against Island Express in February 2020, alleging that the helicopter firm was responsible for her husband and daughter's deaths in the catastrophic crash.