Kobe Bryant is the Last NBA Game attended By Jay Z, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg & Kendrick Lamar

HipHop News Posted on April 14, 2016 at 9:30am

Kobe Bryant is the Last NBA Game attended By Jay Z, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg & Kendrick Lamar

Many rappers took to social media to congratulate the legend on his 20-year career.

Los Angeles - Mamba.

And in that, Kobe Bryant's 20-year career in the NBA came to an end yesterday (April 13). The Black Mamba scored 60 points, including two of the signature of long-range jumpers in the final minute to give the los Angeles Lakers of the 101-96 victory over the Utah Jazz at the Staples Center. He gave a final speech at halfcourt, thanking the fans, his teammates and his wife before dropping the microphone and walking away from the game.

Jay Z, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar were present to see the NBA's third-leading scorer in the history, give their final performance.

"In the God of the last game," West posted on Twitter with a photo of your ticket. The rapper from Chicago wore a yellow t-shirt that had the words "I Feel Like Kobe" written in yellow.

Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith shared her receipt of two seats close to the pitch for the game that cost more than $40,000. Along with Lamar, fellow TDE rapper Schoolboy Q was also present in the game.

Those who were watching far from Los Angeles, paid tribute to the five times Champion of the NBA in the social media.

Ice cube shared various posts on Instagram, one saying "we miss you already."

Drake shared a picture of Bryant's face superimposed Care of the album art.

"Thank you for everything. #MambaDay," the Toronto Raptors global ambassador says.

Travi$ Scott tweeted several times throughout the game, including a meme of Bryant's defence of an entry with Lecrae "Co-Sign Part 2" of play in the clip, calling Bryant "a bad guy", which means bad boy in Spanish. The Reach Records rapper retweeted the post with a smile emoji.

Puff Daddy, T. I., Meek Mill, Lil Wayne and Propaganda in honour of the legend of social media.

Vince Staples congratulated the star of the Lakers, but also criticized him for his 2013 on charges of rape and to tell the media that his team-mate Shaquille O'neal paid women to not say anything after he slept


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