- Snoop Dogg has honoured the LA Lakers and Kobe Bryant with a new tattoo on his arm
- Snoop got the new tattoo this on Monday after the LA Lakers won the NBA finals against Miami Heat
- Snoop had promised to get the new tattoo if the Lakers won the championship
Snoop Dogg has honoured the LA Lakers and late Kobe Bryant with a new tattoo on his arm. The LA Lakers recently won the NBA finals against Miami Heat. Snoop had promised to get the new body ink if his favourite NBA side won the championship.
The legendary musician revealed the ink on his right forearm on Instagram recently. Snoop posted a pic and videos of his arm on the photo-sharing app. He told his fans:
"As you see, tatt is done. KB on the bottom. Kobe Bryant. Larry O’Brien championship trophy with the Lakers going through the ball. Gates of Heaven up top, and it don’t stop. Laker Nation. Thank y’all Lakers."
Snoop also has a tattoo of late rapper Nate Dogg on his left arm.
Check out some of the comments from Snoop's fans after he revealed the tattoo on social media.
"Rip Dogg, RIP mamba."
"KB and Nate!!!"
"Man of his word!"
"Wow! Its Amazing!"
"Never ever question this man's loyalty."
In related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mike Reopole, who is the founder of Body-Armor, reportedly revealed that late Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa Laine will receive $200 million as dividend of the share her husband bought in 2013.
Seven years ago, late basketball legend Kobe Bryant bought a 10 percent share at Body-Armor with $5 million which made him the largest fourth shareholder then. During an interview with FOX Business, Mike Reopole explained that Kobe Bryant's wife and the three other surviving children are entitled to the money.
He added that Kobe Bryant's investment with the company years back helped them to grow to the level they are today. The report on republic world also stated that Kobe Bryant's parents also gave their approval to Vanessa collecting the money from Body-Armor. Vanessa has also inherited all the estates Kobe Bryant left behind.
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