Kobe Bryant & Daughter Gianna Among Nine Fatalities In Helicopter Crash

The world is undoubtedly heavier following news of the sudden passing of Kobe Bryant’s early Sunday morning in Los Angeles. In the swarm of news and reports following the icon’s passing, it’s been a task to sift through the facts surrounding the helicopter crash that took his life.

Since then, it has been confirmed that Bryant was traveling with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant who also tragically passed away in the crash as the duo was traveling to Thousand Oaks for a match at Bryant’s Mamba Academy. Per CNN, the other passengers who perished in the crash included 56-year-old Orange Coast College (OCC) baseball coach John Altobelli, his daughter Alyssa Altobelli, and wife Keri Altobelli.  Continue reading

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Nipsey Hussle Posthumously Wins Grammy For Best Rap Performance

The 2020 Grammy award for the Best Rap Performance has been awarded to Nipsey Hussle for the late rapper’s “Racks In The Middle” collaboration with Roddy Rich and producer Hit-Boy. Together, the trio beat out J. Cole & Dreamville’s “MIDDLE CHILD” and “Down Bad” selections, Offset and Cardi B’s “Clout,” and DaBaby’s “Suge.”

It marks the first Grammy win for Hussle and Compton breakout Roddy Ricch. Nip’s family took to the stage to accept the award on his behalf. Continue reading

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REPORT: Kobe Bryant’s Daughter Also Killed In Fatal Helicopter Crash

According to a breaking reportKobe Bryant‘s 13-year-old daughter Gianna Maria Onore was also on board the fatal helicopter crash, which took both of their lives. They were on their way to the Mamba Academy for a basketball practice when the crash occurred.

News just broke this morning that the basketball legend died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. The cause of the crash is still currently under investigation.

Five are confirmed dead, including the pilot. Early reports state Bryant was traveling with at least three other people when the helicopter went down. There was a swift emergency response but no one on board survived. Continue reading

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