Yesterday, Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, and 7 others passed after their helicopter allegedly caught on fire and crashed. This news struck a chord with thousands from all over; people from all walks of life paid tribute on social media to the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant.
In typical New Orleans fashion, the community mobilized quickly to form a second line commemorating his life through the Treme neighborhood.
Check out a video of the evening below. As we receive more photos and videos, this article will be updated accordingly.
#KobeBryant fans second line on St. Bernard @NOLAnews pic.twitter.com/mXRsax6lQ1
— Sophia Germer (@SophiaGermer) January 27, 2020
In addition, following the Pelicans win over the Celtics last night, media approached Zion Williamson about his feelings on the death of Bryant.
Zion Williamson on Kobe Bryant. So damn sad. pic.twitter.com/3JooQ5MFUY
— Duke Update (@UpdateDuke) January 27, 2020