Kobe Bryant’s final social media posts before his death go viral

Kobe Bryant’s final social media posts before his death go viral

- Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna died hours ago due to a helicopter crash in Los Angeles

- The basketball legend’s social media posts before the tragic accident went extremely viral

- His last tweet and Instagram post were about LeBron James passing him as the third player with the most number of points scored in the history of the NBA

- Kobe called LeBron his brother and congratulated him for being such a great player in his final posts

- Some of his last posts on social media also included photos of his wife Vanessa and their four beautiful daughters

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Kobe Bryant, one of the greatest NBA players in history, died hours ago due to a helicopter crash in Los Angeles.

Briefly.co.za learned that his social media posts before the tragic accident went extremely viral.

His last tweet and Instagram post were about LeBron James’ latest achievement – passing him as the third player with the most number of points scored in the history of the NBA.

In his viral post, Kobe called LeBron his brother and congratulated him for being such a great player.

“Continuing to move the game forward @KingJames. Much respect my brother,” Kobe tweeted.

On Instagram, he urged LeBron to keep on going so that he could be number 2 in the list soon.

“On to #2 @kingjames! Keep growing the game and charting the path for the next,” Kobe wrote on Instagram.

Some of his last posts on social media also included photos of his wife Vanessa and their four beautiful daughters.

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As reported earlier by Briefly.co.za, Kobe’s 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant also died in the helicopter crash.

Kobe Bryant is considered as the greatest Los Angeles Lakers player of all time and one of the greatest basketball players in history. He won five NBA Championships, two NBA Finals MVPs, and one NBA Regular Season MVP.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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