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Kobe Bryant’s Last Tweet Was Heartfelt Message

Kobe Bryant’s Last Tweet Was Heartfelt Message

Kobe Bryant’s Last Tweet Was Heartfelt Message

Kobe Bryant’s last tweet was a heartfelt message to LeBron James.

Bryant died on Sunday morning after his helicopter crashed in Los Angeles, California.

The NBA legend was one of five people killed in the crash.

One day earlier, Bryant watched as James passed him for third on the league’s all-time scoring list.

The two competed against one another for the better part of a decade on separate teams and then joined forces on Team USA to win a gold medal.

Following Saturday’s outing, Bryant posted a heartfelt message on Twitter.

“Continuing to move the game forward @KingJames. Much respect my brother,” he wrote.

That would end up being the last message Bryant ever published on Twitter.

Related: Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant Killed In Crash

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