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Attorneys for Vanessa Bryant filed a wrongful death suit against the company that operated the helicopter that crashed, killing Kobe and Gianna Bryant and seven others.
Michael Jordan remembered Kobe and Gianna Bryant in a speech during their public memorial Feb. 24 at Staples Center.
Tears streamed down Jennifer Lopez’s face as Vanessa Bryant spoke at Monday’s memorial for Kobe Bryant. Lopez was one of many celebs spotted in the crowd.
Shaquille O’Neal spoke about his former Lakers teammate at Kobe and Gianna Bryant’s public memorial Monday at Staples Center.
Beyoncé celebrated her decades-long friendship with Kobe Bryant by opening his Staples Center memorial Monday with two songs, “XO” and “Halo.”