Vanessa Bryant Says ‘It Feels Wrong To Accept’ Her Husband Kobe And Daughter Gianna Are Gone In Another Heartbreaking Statement

Posted 2020/02/11 0

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In a new heartbreaking statement, Kobe Bryant’s widow, Vanessa Bryant admitted that she refuses to accept that he and their second-born daughter, Gianna are gone forever. According to her, it just ‘feels wrong’ to admit it.

Alongside a never before seen clip featuring the late father coaching Gianna and the other girls from Mamba Sports Academy, Vanessa wrote a painful message in which she confessed that she feels ‘so mad’ her 13 year old daughter can’t wake up another day.

As you know, the basketball legend and the teen girl passed away in a terrible helicopter crash that left no survivors.

Her lengthy new statement on the tragedy reads: ‘I’ve been reluctant to put all my feelings into words. My brain refuses to even accept both Kobe and Gigi are gone. I cannot process both at the same time. It is like I am trying to process Kobe being gone but my body just refuses to accept that my Gigi will never come to me again. It feels wrong. Why should I even be able to wake up another day when my baby girl is not able to have that opportunity?!’

Vanessa admitted she gets really mad just thinking about the fact that she had ‘so much to live!’

While she is obviously in a lot of emotional pain, she went on to remind herself and her supporters that she has to be strong for her other remaining three daughters.

‘Mad I’m not with Kobe and Gigi but thankful I am here with Natalia, Bianka and Capri. I know what I am feeling is normal. It is part of the grieving process. I wanted to share in case there is anyone out there that has experienced a loss like this. I wish they were here and this nightmare would be over.’


In the end, she also mentioned the other seven victims and their loved ones, saying that she has been praying for them and asking her followers to do the same.

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