Monday, January 27, 2020

Kobe Bryant's Last Tweet


Saturday night LeBron James surpassed Kobe Bryant's record for all time scoring in the NBA and Kobe's last Tweet was dedicated to Lebron...


Sunday morning Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and 7 others died in a helicopter crash on their way to Gianna's basketball tournament [click here if you missed that].

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw that and the last Instagram photo too. Tripped me all the way out. We are nothing but mere vapors.

Rest in eternal peace to all victims!

Don balee me juh watch said...


No coincidence here!! And on Grammy night too?! It’s becoming the norm to have a celebrity death on the day of the Grammys. Didn’t this happen with Nippy too? There can only be one top Black person at a time. When TPTB say it’s time for a new Top person then the old one has to go!! LeBron welcome to the circus!!

Anonymous said...

Cool.

Anonymous said...

A skilled pilot would know what to do. Were they trying to avoid the Grammy traffic to attend the basketball game?

Anonymous said...

11:08, skilled drivers die all of the time. Dale Earnhardt Sr. was a professional race car driver. Sometimes, shit just happens. Not everything is a conspiracy. Some things are just unfortunate accidents. And we have to accept that this is one.

Anonymous said...

10:45 is your job and life reaaalllly boring to you?

Anonymous said...

Vanessa Bryant always kind of rubbed me the wrong way, but the pain of losing your husband and 13-year-old child at the time has to be heartbreaking. My prayers really go out to her, his other daughters, his parents, and their whole extended family. Also the other family that died. Such a tragedy.

Don balee me juh watch said...




@12:02 POT MEET KETTLE! I could say the same thing about you. You’re taking time out of your day to form a reply to my comment when I could give a stankin rat’s ass what an anonymous username thinks. Was that supposed to be a read or something? Lmao. In my Nene Leakes voice: I SAID WHAT I SAID.

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

I will save my conspiracy theories for today. But I have to say after years of research, David Ike, David McGowen and many other certainly confirmed what spirit revealed, what I have always suspected of living in this unnatural, artificial created society, with it's school and work systems.

Some day's as a spiritualist it's really hard living in this fucked up ass Truman shit show and it's manufactured crisis and crisis actors for so called "leaders". What a fucking life.

Anonymous said...

@10:45 AM I noticed the same exact thing. Grammy night and souls must be sacrificed. Yes, accidents do happen. For planes and helicopters to fall out of the sky for no apparent reason isn't normal.

The entire Grammy weekend is filled with public and private events and ceremonies that we will never know about. Spirit cooking is not a new thing. This accident sends a message to many. And, completes a cycle for others.

Tippie Hippie said...

I, too mentioned to my son that it was the Grammys and they did the same thing to Whitney for some other Award show.

Anonymous said...

2:14, the copter didn't "fall out of the sky," it flew into a mountain. The conditions were foggy. If you've ever been to L.A. you would know there are mountains all over the place and the crash is not out of the realm of possibility. I'm not saying that celebrity sacrifices aren't possible, but every bad thing that happened is not immediately a human sacrifice.

Anon said...

Bingo

Do you think this was a flagged event?

Anonymous said...

Broke burnt dusty niggas call everything a conspiracy!

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