Kobe Bryant Death: 50 Cent Inspired To Be 'a Better Man' To Honour 'Black Mamba'

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50 Cent intends to honour Kobe Bryant's death by striving to be 'a better man' going forward. The rapper took to Twitter to pay tribute to the Lakers legend.

Written By Sujay Chakraborty | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant's sudden death has shocked the enrite global sports community. The 41-year-old along with his daughter Gianna and seven others passed away on Sunday (Monday morning IST) in a tragic helicopter crash near Calabasas, California. Celebrities all over the world have been mourning the loss of the basketball legend. He inspired people with his resilience and his desire to be the best.

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Kobe Bryant death: 50 Cent pays tribute

American rapper 50 Cent shared his thoughts on social media as he reflected on the legacy left by Bryant. The notorious rapper, who often makes headlines with a controversy, took to Instagram to pay tribute to the 41-year-old. The rapper paid condolences to Bryant's wife Vanessa Bryant and his entire family.

The 44-year-old also posted a video on Instagram from the time he met Kobe Bryant. 

'I feel like I have to achieve what I want in life now after this. I have to focus, I’m not arguing with anyone anymore. I'll deal with it another way if there’s a problem.' - 50 Cent wrote in his Instagram post.

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Kobe Bryant daughter and other victims from the crash

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