- Kobe Bryant’s last message to his daughters have popped up in a video
- He expressed confidence in his daughters and encouraged them to work hard
- Bryant’s promised to do his best to make them have the best in life
- The later Basketball legend died in a helicopter crash with his first daughter Gianna
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A video containing the last words Kobe Bryant shared with his daughters days before his death has surfaced online.
In the video, the former Basketball legend was addressing his daughters at an event where others were in attendance.
In a touching voice, he encouraged his girls to ensure that they work hard and do what is expected of them.
He added that that was the only way their dreams could be achieved.
Bryant also promised his daughters that he was going to continue to offer them the best he should so that they would live comfortably.
“…And to our daughters, Natalia, Gianna, and Bianka…you guys know that to do the work you have to do it well, well and then your dreams come true. You know that and we all know that. And I am doing my job as a father,” part of Bryant’s message to his girls read.
Many people have reacted to the post with tears, showing how painful Bryant’s premature death is.
Ann, for instance, commented that it was so sad:
Rebecca was so down:
justice described Bryant as an “incredible father”:
Babar used a crying woman giphy to show how she feels:
Awatef described the message as “wonderful powerful message”:
Spyro was so sad:
Diana felt sad for Bryant’s family:
Justus also thanked God for the message:
There are thousands of comments showing that the world is indeed sad for the loss of Kobe.
He died in a helicopter crash with his first daughter Gianna on Sunday, January 27, 2019 in California.
Gianna was going for Basketball practice and her father was escorting her.
Unfortunately, they could not reach the venue when the sad incident occurred.
YEN.com.gh has also published sad photos from the scene where the crash happened proving that Bryant’s death was a very painful one.
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