Vanessa Bryant Misses Kobe Bryant For Their Daughters’ Milestones
Vanessa Bryant is having a hard time alone ever since her husband and basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash along with her daughter Gigi. Yesterday marked his 42nd birthday and Vanessa wrote a heartfelt and emotional post for him. She obviously misses him and the fact that he is not there to celebrate the important moments of his daughters’ life. She said, “There’s so much I wish I could tell you and show you and Gigi. So many things you would both be happy to see and be a part of. So many milestones for our girls. So many things you would be proud of.” Kobe is succeeded by his wife and three daughters Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and 14-month-old Capri.
Vanessa Bryant Hopes Gigi Is Celebrating Kobe Bryant’s Birthday In Heaven
Vanessa became nostalgic thinking about Gigi and hoped she is celebrating with her father on her birthday like she always did. She said, “I know my Gigi is celebrating you like she always has on our special days. I miss my thoughtful princess so much!” Kobe’s fans also celebrated his birthday with sweet and thoughtful tweets and Instagram posts.
Daughter Natalia Has The Sweetest Message For Her Father Kobe Bryant
Kobe and Vanessa’s eldest daughter is Natalia who is seventeen years old. She also had an emotional nostalgia-filled post for her father on his birthday. For Natalia, her father was her best friend and her go-to person to go for late-night movies. Her post read, “Happy Birthday Dad ❤I miss your smile, laugh, and big bear hugs. Happy Birthday to the best movie buddy I could have ever asked for. I will always remember our late night drives to the movie theater with the windows rolled down and listening to our favorite songs. I love you forever and always. Always, Slim.”
Mamba & Mambacita Sports Foundation Has A Special Tribute For Kobe Bryant
As a tribute to Kobe Bryant on his birthday, Mamba & Mambacita Sports Foundation made a special video. The organization is an initiative to give a boost to sports and provide financial aid to athletes who are good at sports.