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I’m not really doing well , not at all

Shaq can’t eat and can’t sleep after the death of basketball legend Kobe who passed in a tragic helicopter crash on Sunday.

“I’m not really doing well, not at all

Shaq said these during”The Big Podcast with Shaq” show.

He added that he hasn’t eaten or slept since he learnt of the devastating news. It being a really critical time for O’Neal since he lost his sister Ayesha.

“I’m just getting over the death of my sister.”

“it’s so unfair”

On his podcast, he mentions that he called Vanessa after he learnt about the crash to pass his heartfelt condolences, what really hurts Shaq, is the death of Gianna, KB’s daughter, who was born on the same date as his daughter.

The NBA community cancelled the Laker’s game to honour and give space for player’s, friends and the lakers Nation to mourn Kobe.

Shaq talked about his relationship with Kobe and said that he wouldn’t have had 3 of the 4; rings if it wasn’t for Bryant.

Lamar Gordon a former Lakers player said to “Good Morning Britain” that he was devastated about the Kobe’s death and

“haven’t really felt pain or a shock like this since my son passed away in 2006.”

On Instagram

He wrote “These pictures are just the tip of the iceberg of our relationship. He taught me so many things in life that were necessary on and off the court. On the court, he taught me how to carve out defences and how to take my time. How to make winning my ultimate goal. Off the court, he taught me to sign my own checks lol. Of course, anyone who knows my story knows I’ve suffered a lot of loss but the only loss I can compare this to is when I lost my son.”

Rest In Heaven

Kobe Bryant

1978-2020

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