- Legendary basketball player Kobe Bryant's death is still a shock to people from around the world
- Video of the interior of the helicopter two days before it crashed has emerged
- Bryant died alongside eight other people, including his daughter, when the chopper crashed on Sunday, 26 January
A video showing the interior of Kobe Bryant's helicopter just two days before the ill-fated crash that claimed his life and those of eight others has emerged.
Daily Mail reports that the footage, which was filmed by a passenger inside the chopper, was shared on Twitter on Sunday, 26 January.
Briefly.co.za notes that the video shows a young boy looking out the aircraft window as the chopper flies over the Pacific Ocean just off the coast of Southern California.
The boy could be seen sitting in the same spot Bryant sat in the chopper while travelling to his last NBA game on April 13, 2016.
Twitter user identified as IWiIlkaga tweeted the video and pictures of the helicopter. He said: "Video from inside Kobe’s helicopter from last week. My brother lives in Los Angeles. He has a video of the helicopter he was on last week.
"The tail number is the exact same as the one that crashed today. My brother was on the Helicopter Kobe crashed in. #N72EX wow"
It was previously reported that the former NBA star died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, January 26, had a deal with his wife that they would not fly together in the same chopper.
Bryant perished alongside eight others on Sunday, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who was already following in her father's footsteps in basketball.
In other news, Bryant's absence will not only be felt by the sporting fraternity, the business and investments family has also been hit hard by the athlete's demise.
Before the helicopter crash that claimed his life in Calabasas, California, Bryant had used the vast sporting experience he had accrued from the court to build a business empire valued at over $991 million.
Among great investments he had sunk his money in was Bryant Stibel, a capital firm he co-founded with Web.com owner, Jeff Stibel.
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