Saturday, February 15, 2020

Lakers Selling Tickets to Kobe & Gianna Bryant Memorial


Tickets for Kobe and Gianna Bryant's memorial at the Staples Center will be sold with the proceeds benefiting the Mamba & Mambacita Foundation...
 
The ticket price, either $24.02 or $224, is in honor of Kobe and Gianna's jersey numbers 24 and 2.

Registration for the sale opened on Friday.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Im sure it will be donated to the victims families or the foundation. I don’t really have a problem with it. If you don’t want to buy one, watch at home. Simple.

Anonymous said...

That’s kind of tacky. But hey, if it works for them. Just saying

BahamaJackson said...

I don't know. Vanessa has MORE than enough money to donate & doesn't need our help.

And what is up with that last bullet point?

ms mac said...

Kobe's already been buried and folks have been showing him love for weeks so I don't see the need for this. What else can be said? Everyday people should never have to pay to mourn the dead and even moreso I'll never be on board with people being asked to fund the death of a celebrity they helped to become rich in the first place. It's always about money with these celebrities. This is tacky AF to me and it's being done under the guise of charity. But good luck with that.

Anonymous said...

I think this is the Lakers doing.

This is why they ran and did their own celebration first. They're Essentially are done.

The fact that the Lakers are trying to charge is straight up despicable. The nastiness I'm fine. " Don't bother Standing outside, we won't put cameras outside" real dismissive and just straight up rude.

I think this is why it took so long because they didn't want to do it. Sad from someone whose brand helped build that Staples Center and helped a lot of investors in that area get huge returns on property investments in and around Staples/L.A. Live/ Downtown area.

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

Trifling as all hell, but the sheep's will cosign.

Anonymous said...

Never ever give your hard earned money to people who are doing way better than you.

Unknown said...

Why pay that much when it’s not an actual funeral service? I wouldn’t pay just to go see some people talk, sing and reminisce.

Vernell said...

Who pays to attend a Memorial Service for a Family of Millionaires? I am pretty sure that they can donate to Charity, without the money of average folks with average incomes. PLEASE, Let The People Pay Their Respect For Free. It will probably be streamed on YouTube anyway. SMH... AMERICAN GREED 101!!!

Anonymous said...

Might as well get paid. - Esau.

Anonymous said...

So most of the people are going to a Memorial (no payment required) but they are selling the upper top seats to the less fortunate, in the name of a Foundation (there's that fraudulent name again) - yea that makes sense. Wake Up People!

Laa soul said...

Doesn't Jeanie Buss call the shots. Pay what? Respect or money??? I'll wait!

Anonymous said...

I think that's some tacky shit to change people to come to a funeral like the shit's a concert smmfh that is just tacky as hell

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