Vanessa Bryant Reveals Tattoos In Honor Of Kobe And Gianna

Vanessa Bryant got tattoos to honor her late husband, NBA star Kobe Bryant, and daughter Gianna
On January 26, less than five months ago, Vanessa Bryant tragically lost her husband, NBA star Kobe Bryant, and 13-year-old daughter Gianna when a helicopter crashed with them and seven others in Los Angeles. Since then, the devoted wife and mother have honored her lost loved ones in a heartwarming manner. From tearful posts on her anniversary with Kobe to sharing videos of her daughter on her 14th birthday, Vanessa keeps her mood alive.
On Wednesday, she continued her beautiful mission, revealing that it was colored in honor of both.
"I wanted the @kobebryant sweet message from my Boo Boo to be on me," Bryant signed a series of videos in which the tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado inked a dot on her neck.
"@Nikkohurtado came through for me," added Vanessa. "Thank you! #Inked #messagetransfer #BooBoo #throwback.”
She also shared a video of herself getting a gigi tattoo.
"Greetings @nikkohurtado for coming to me and helping me get my Gigi's sweet message across to me."
Bryant announced that it had actually been colored in February.
“It is a great honor for me to give you something that you can keep with me, my friend. ?? Hurtado signed a video repost.
Days after the fateful helicopter crash, Bryant released a heartbreaking homage no mother or woman should ever write.
"My girls and I want to thank the millions of people who have shown support and love in this terrible time," she wrote. "Thanks for all the prayers. We definitely need it. We are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my revered husband Kobe - the amazing father of our children; and my beautiful, sweet Gianna - a loving, thoughtful and wonderful daughter and an amazing sister of Natalia, Bianka and Capri. "
"I console myself knowing that Kobe and Gigi both knew they were loved so much," she continued. "We were incredibly blessed to have her in our lives. I wish they were with us forever. It was our beautiful blessings that were taken from us too early. "
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