Kobe Bryant’s death is a big loss to the NBA and while the world mourn the iconic basketball player, there are some conspiracy theories arising on his death.
Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died along with 5 people including his 13 year old daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash.
The other victims of the crash included John Altobelli, a longtime baseball coach at Orange Coast College, a junior college in Costa Mesa. Calif., as well as Altobelli’s wife, Keri, and daughter Alyssa, university officials said.
Surprisingly, Kobe Bryant’s tragic death in a helicopter crash was predicted more than three years ago by a ComedyCentral animated sitcom called ‘Legends of Chamberlain Heights’.
The show which aired in 2016 depicted Kobe going down in a helicopter crash. A distressed Kobe is seen crawling out of the helicopter, and the character says to Kobe “pass us the trophies, and we’ll help you”
But Kobe refuses, and the helicopter explodes.
Social media has been filled with Illuminati conspiracy theories surrounding Kobe’s death. An old tweet from 2012 is also making rounds on the internet. The viral tweet reads : “Kobe is going to end up dying in a helicopter crash.”
ok there's a buttload of misinformation on this particular tweet re: kobe about how it's actually some sort of deep conspiracy and a psyop to cover up *something*— Beware of the Moondog (@UmbyUmbreon) January 26, 2020
It's sad, but it's 100% real. in this long-winded thread, i'll show you how, with references where possible pic.twitter.com/amCvf61tfS
The coincidence behind Kobe’s death seems more than natural— UGLIEST FINع DΔDDY †🕊 (@skizyman) January 26, 2020
Just few hours ago,Lebron James just broke Kobe’s record of all time scoring
Kobe’s last tweet was about wishing lebron well and now he’s gone
I’m not a conspiracy theorist but this is really shocking to me 💔
Kobe’s death was just after LeBron James surpassed him as #3 on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. In what will be Kobe’s final tweet, he celebrated James by writing, “Continuing to move the game forward @KingJames. Much respect my brother 💪🏾 #33644.” 33,643 points was Kobe’s career total.