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A Coby Bryant jersey, the one he wore in the fifth final of 2008, found its place. On the wall of the famous Smithsonian Museum, as a sample of African American history and culture.

Cobby’s shirt traveled to Washington has already been hung in a special area of ​​the museum related to sports and its official presentation is expected in a few hours.

The move to the museum was not accidental, as Cobby and his wife, Vanessa Bryant, have donated more than $ 1 million to build it.

Coby Bryant lost his life in a plane crash in January 2020. In the accident that shocked the world, his daughter Gianna and seven other people lost their lives!

The five-time NBA champion was part of the black community culture even before his death. The tragic news, however, placed Cobby at the top of artists’ expression for much of 2020. Plenty of graffiti on stadiums and buildings suddenly popped up almost every day.

And one of them in Washington aroused the interest of museum officials, who thought that there was no better way to honor the undefeated star than to show off his shirt.


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