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Kobe Bryant: Trump, Obama, Ex-Teammates, Others, Pay Tribute  

President Donald Trump of the United States and former President Barack Obama have joined list of admirers to pour tribute on the late basketball legend, Kobe Bryant who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday.

President Trump who described Kobe’s death as a terrible news, tweeted:  “He loved his family so much, and had such strong passion for the future. The loss of his beautiful daughter, Gianna, makes this moment even more devastating.”

“…..Melania and I send our warmest condolences to Vanessa and the wonderful Bryant family. May God be with you all!,” he wrote.

Former President Obama also joined in the Tribute and mourning over the death of the Basket Ball legend. He described him as a legend, adding that his daughter’s death even worsens the situation.

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling wrote “rest easy legend” in a tweet accompanied by a black-and-white photo of the sports star.

“This is absolutely terrible. Everyone is numb,” American actress and model Chrissy Teigen tweeted.

Pop star Mariah Carey said she was in shock.

Fans gathered at a makeshift memorial for Bryant in front of the Staples Center sports and entertainment arena in Los Angeles, laying flowers and basketballs in memory of the star.

Also, NBA players during their games took an 8 seconds and a 24 seconds violation in their games in honour of Kobe Bryant.

The former LA Lakers died on Sunday in an helicopter along with his 13 year old daughter Gianna.

In his last words prior to his death, he had taken to his twitter handle @KobeBryant to congratulate fellow Basketball Star, Lebron James who had broken his points record for the LA Lakers Club.\

Lebron James had broken Bryant’s 33,643 points record for the club.

Kobe Bryant had written on twitter: “Continue to move the game forward @KingJames. Much respect my brother #33644

Little did Kobe Bryant know that would be his last tweet as he died later in the day in a helicopter crash.

Long time teammate between 1996 and 2004 Shaquille O’Neal said that words could not express the pain he was going through over the loss of Bryant and his daughter.

Deron Williams, who won an Olympic gold alongside Bryant, said he was lost for words. He described Bryant as “the greatest competitor I have ever gone up against and played with.”

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