SHOCKING: Meet Twitter Fan Who Predicted Kobe Bryant’s Death

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An extremely disturbing and mind boggling discovery has been made on Twitter regarding Kobe Bryant’s death.

 

Kobe Bryant’s twitter fan, identified as @dotNoso, had predicted that Kobe will die in a helicopter crash about seven years ago on November 13, 2012, and even which manifested today, Sunday, January 26, 2020.

The user had tweeted:

“Kobe is going to end up dying in a helicopter crash”

 

True to his carefree words, Kobe Bryant, basketball legend, lost his life in a helicopter crash in suburban Los Angeles on Sunday, according to TMZ report.

 

The 41-year-old legendary player was killed alongside 4 people on his private helicopter, which was in flames as it crashed.

 

It has been confirmed that Kobe Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, is among the people who lost their lives in the helicopter crash on Sunday. The tragic event, which took Kobe Bryant’s live also claimed his daughters’.

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Reacting to this, @dotNoso said “No f**king way man. This can’t be true.”

 

Latest updates revealed that 9 people died in the tragic helicopter crash that claimed the lives of NBA legend, Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva gave this update during a press conference.

 

According to the Sheriff, it was the pilot and eight other people, two of which were identified as Kobe Bryant and his daughter. Los Angeles County Fire Department Chief Daryl Osby said: “All survivors were determined to have been perished.

 

Our firefighters on the scene indicated there was a debris-filled and steep terrain with quarter-acre brush fire.

 

Our firefighters hiked into the accident site with medical equipment and hose lines to extinguish the stubborn fire, as it included the brushfire debris from the helicopter. The fire also included magnesium which is very hard for our firefighters to extinguish because magnesium reacts with oxygen and water.”

One of the other victims was John Altobelli, who wasn’t nearly as famous as Kobe Bryant but shared quite a few things in common with the NBA legend: Altobelli had also devoted his life to sports and inspiring young athletes.

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