Kobe Bryant's daughters Natalia and Bianka dance with Sabrina Ionescu in sweet video
# 1 WNBA Draft Pick Sabrina Ionescu maintains her strong bond with the Bryant family.
The New York Liberty player shared a TikTok video on Friday with Kobe Bryant's eldest daughter Natalia dancing a popular dance.
3-year-old Bianka from Kobe and Vanessa Bryant also had a delightful surprise appearance at the end of the video.
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Vanessa has republished the video on her Instagram account and her post entitled "Another B.B. special! ?? @nataliabryant @sabrina_i #BiankaBella #thetiktokprincess (Bianka hummed the song all the time)?"
Another B.B special appearance? ## fyp ## BiankaBella ## Nani
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Ionescu saw the late basketball legend as her "mentor, idol, inspiration and close friend".
"You took me under your wing and believed more in me than in yourself," Ionescu wrote in a message to Kobe Bryant after his tragic death. "I have only one choice. To live out your legacy."
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She also helped coach Gianna and two other victims of the helicopter crash, Alyssa Altobelli and Payton Chester. The three girls were appointed honorary draft by the WNBA in April 2020.
"I was blessed to have been part of your life and to inspire you, but now you inspire me," Ionescu wrote in a message to Gianna, Alyssa, and Payton on Instagram.
Kobe Bryant's daughters Natalia and Bianka dance with Sabrina Ionescu in a cute video that originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
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