Gianna Bryant's number retired at her school


Fans left flowers, stuffed animals, jerseys, candles, signs, sneakers and a ton of basketballs with messages as a memorial for Kobe, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and the seven other victims.

"I hope that seeing Gianna's jersey will inspire you to keep alive Gianna's unique ability to recognise when a friend is having a hard day, and share a kind word with them, giving them a hug or a smile, and let them know that you care, just like Gianna would".

"Needless to say. there will be plenty of room so if you'd like to be a part of this, we'd love to have you!" Wish it would've been until my last breath.

'Mommy loves you to the moon and back.


She also shared a video of a clip from "Extra TV" where Kobe talks about himself, his likes and dislikes.

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Mambacita's memory will never be forgotten.

Someone who was close to the athlete is Jay-Z.

Gianna and her father were among nine killed in a helicopter crash into a hillside in Southern California last week.

As we all continue to mourn the bad tragedy and those who passed away, another close family friend of the Bryants is remembering the late National Basketball Association star: JAY-Z.

Bryant's 13-year-old daughter Gianna, one of her teammates, another young friend, three of their parents and coach also died on their way to a girls' basketball game. "The look on his face was like... I looked at him and said, 'Oh she's going to be the best female basketball player in the world'".

Jay-Z opened up about his relationship with Kobe Bryant on Tuesday, Feb. 4 while speaking to students at the University of Columbia, by Roc Nation Sports. "La Mambacita"-who got the chance to be coached by one of the most talented people to ever step on the court as she pursued her dreams of eventually playing for UConn before taking her talents to the WNBA. Just a great human being and was just in a great space in life".