On what would’ve been Kobe Bryant’s 42nd birthday, his fans and loved ones took to their social media pages in order to remember the late legend. That being said, his sister, Sharia Washington is one of them.
The day should have been an opportunity for celebration but after losing Kobe in a helicopter crash back in January, his birthday is a painful reminded of the fact that he is no long here.
Sharia Washington mentioned in her post just how much she misses her little brother months after his tragic passing.
In fact, she stressed that there’s no words to describe the loss she still feels.
Sharia posted three pictures, one of them being of her brother as a child.
Alongside them, in the caption, she admitted that ‘I’ve typed and then deleted this so many times. There’s simply no words to describe how I’m feeling today. So many people around the world miss ‘The Black Mamba’, I miss my little brother. The one who listened without judgment and loved me unconditionally. There are no words to express how much I miss you. Happy Birthday Bean. I love you!’
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I’ve typed and deleted this so many times. There are simply no words to describe how I’m feeling today. So many people around the world miss “The Black Mamba”, I miss my little brother. The one who listened without judgement and loved me unconditionally. There are no words to express how much I miss you. Happy Birthday Bean❤️ I love you! 👼🏽🐍🐐
Another picture she shared showed a quote that reads: ‘there are some who bring a light so great to this world, that even after they’ve gone the light remains.’
It did not take long at all before fans flooded her comment section with positive comments and support directed at Sharia and the rest of the family.
Here are a couple of the sweetest comments from fans: ‘just know he always loves you and always has his arms wrapped around you.’ / ‘i can’t tell you exactly how much i can relate but i know that we are going through similar things, you are never alone. god has you, him and gigi and your family and also the fans.’