The Game, 2 Chainz Get Inked With Kobe Bryant Tribute Tattoos To Honour Lakers Legend

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Popular hip-hop artists - The Game and 2 Chainz - recently got tattoos in honour of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. LeBron James, Odell Beckham Jr also got inked.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The passing away of Kobe Bryant and his 13-year old daughter Gianna triggered a wave of emotions across the NBA fraternity. Since his death, prominent Hollywood personalities and former NBA stars have paid homage to Kobe Bryant in various ways. Top-tier athletes Odell Beckham Jr, Anthony Davis and LeBron James got tattoos that paid tribute to the late Lakers star. The idea of getting ink to show that level of respect has grown popular.

Hip-hop artist 2 Chainz recently revealed his own Kobe Bryant-themed tattoo on Instagram. 2 Chainz even wore Lakers' shorts to add some more significance to the picture.

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Kobe Bryant death: The Game gets a unique Kobe Bryant tattoo on his face

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LA-based rapper The Game decided to pay homage to Kobe Bryant by getting a tattoo dedicated to the Lakers icon on his face. On Wednesday, The Game took to Instagram where he posted shots of him getting inked. The Game got a tattoo of Kobe Byrant's original jersey number - 8. The number 8 is twisted horizontally in order to resemble the infinity sign. The Game captioned the image with possibly the most accurate word to describe the legacy of Kobe Bryant - FOREVER.

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