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Kobe Bryant & Gianna from 2009 recalled and breaks many hearts.

KOBE BRYANT – Basketball legend and icon Kobe Bryant and daughter Gigi’s photo from way back 2009 resurfaces and it broke many hearts.

In previous article, people were all shocked and stunned after death of Kobe Bryant was reported due to helicopter crash. Among the fatalities is his 13-year-old daughter Gianna. Reportedly, all the passenger including the pilot did not survived the tragic accident .

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My Gigi

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“The world lost a legend today but the impact and legacy he leaves behind will last forever! #RIPMamba,” wrote boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao as a tribute to the iconic player. The sports world certainly grieving over the sudden loss of a legend. It pained many people realizing that a legend has gone too soon and the fact that he has gone through considering that during that tough time, he not only needs to protect himself but his daughter as well. Surely, parents will know the staggering pain brought by that situation of basketball player who passed away with his daughter.

Now, with the world still grieving over it, a photo of a father and his daughter kissing after his team got the championship last 2009 brought back many memories to his fans and supporters.

Check out the post from 2009:

Here are some saddened comments over it based on Twitter:

“Kobe and Gianna may your souls and the souls of the others who were with you Rest In Peace.”

“Words wont describe the loss…”

“Vanessa has to console her daughters tonight, while having nothing left in her.”

“Hold your loved ones tight. Tomorrow is never promised.”

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