- Some Ghanaians who are loyal fans of American basketball star Kobe Bryant have come together to mourn the death of the basketball icon
- A video of Kobe Bryant's funeral in Ghana has taken over the social media space in the country
- In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a poster of Bryant's and his daughter is seen and they captioned their death "What a shock"
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Some Ghanaians who are loyal fans of American star Kobe Bryant have come together to mourn the death of the basketball icon.
A video of Kobe Bryant's funeral in Ghana has taken over the social media space in the country.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a poster of Bryant's and his daughter is seen and they captioned their death "What a shock."
From the video, these fans had dressed in black and red and they were captured weeping uncontrollably.
They were seen moving up and down while crying as they kept mentioning the name of the late superstar.
It is unclear the exact place the funeral took place but it is believed it happened in Kumasi.
Watch the video below:
The video has attracted some criticism from social media users as they believed these fans are just joking with Bryant's tragic death.
@magtoni_blinks commented: "Diz shuldnt be a joke at all.... ah Ghana ."
@akwasi_agyare_balcazar: "We take everything for joke eiii."
@emiliano_juan_dani: "The whole world Ghana Number one in foolishnessthey know from where self."
@dc_kwakye: "Bunch of idiots! What’s funny about this? Foolish people."
@lorash3: "Is this supposed to be funny? Insensitivity to the highest degree."
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Bryant and his daughter passed away in a fatal helicopter crash in California on January 26, 2020.
In a report by the New York Post, Kobe was travelling with at least 4 other people in his private helicopter when the accident happened.
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