Lil Wayne honors Kobe with remixed song at #BETAwards

Brenda Watkins
July 1, 2020

The NBA player and admired sportsman passed away in a fatal helicopter crash in California on January 26, this year.

When Kobe was alive He literally promoted Lil Wayne's album which is the Carter V years before it even dropped.

One of the most appreciated moments was the performance of Lil Wayne, who made sure to honor the late Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna Bryant, who passed away this year in the bad helicopter crash.

In a related story, previously reported that amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the world, BET Awards, went down on Sunday, June 28, in a virtual ceremony that had millions of viewers tune in. Listening to Wayne rap Kobe's career while a montage of legendary highlights played in the background was the flawless way to give the Black Mamba and the Mambacita their flowers.

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By the end of the video tribute, Wayne walked off the stage and closed the performance with Bryant saying "Mamba out"-words that the National Basketball Association legend said when he bid Lakers fans farewell after his last game in 2016". Wayne showed his support for the Black Lives Matter movement, but at the same time promoted peaceful action in order to get things done.

"My heart goes out to Vanessa and the whole Black Mamba family", Wayne added to the song.

Lil Wayne on September 18, 2015 performing in Las Vegas.

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