- Photos of Kobe Bryant’s father, Joe Bryant, have popped up
- The man looks miserable in the photos as he mourns his son and granddaughter
- Kobe and his first daughter Gianna died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, January 26, 2020
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Photos of Kobe Bryant’s father Joe Bryant have surfaced on the internet.
A single look at the photo shows that the man is indeed in misery having lost both son and granddaughter the same day, same time, and at the same place.
Joe Bryant looked like all hope was lost for him, as he moved slowly.
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Surely, one needs no soothsayer to tell that the death of his son, the basketball legend, has had a great toll on him.
The additional pain is that he lost a granddaughter too.
The basketball champion was taking his first daughter who also plays that game for practice in California.
They were going by helicopter which crashed in Calabasas, meaning the two never got to the practice grounds.
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Kobe left behind his wife Vanessa Bryant and his two other daughters, Bianka, and Natalia.
YEN.com.gh earlier published sad photos from the scene where Kobe’s helicopter crashed.
We also published his last words to his daughters before his death, promising to continue being the best father he could for them.
Indeed, his father, Joe Bryant, has had a wound on his heart which would take so long to heal if not forever.
YEN.com.gh wishes Joe Bryant and the rest of the family strength to cope in this hard time.
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