Vanessa Bryant receives a touching gesture from one of Kobe's ex-teammates on what would have been Gigi's 14th birthday, making sure that she feels all the love during yet another difficult day.
It's been three months since Kobe and Gianna Bryant passed away in a helicopter crash, and those closest to the Bryants have been trying to show support to Vanessa and her three daughters during these difficult times.
During Gianna's birthday on May 1, Kobe's teammate Pau Gasol made sure to send in a gift of love to the Bryants through a white-and-gold cake covered in butterflies and texts that read "Happy Birthday Gigi" and "Mambacita."
PAU GASOL AND HIS FRIENDSHIP WITH KOBE
Pau Gasol played with Kobe and the rest of the LA Lakers from 2008 to 2014, and together, they won two championships. Aside from sending a cake over to their house, Pau shared another tribute to Mambacita by sporting baller bracelets with her name.
Magic Johnson confirmed that his fellow Lakers icon is set to have his own film, revolving around Kobe's final season with the team.
A TRIBUTE TO HER DAUGHTER
Aside from the Gasol family's highly-appreciated gesture, Vanessa also made sure to remember her daughter during her birthday. She wrote a heartwarming tribute on Instagram that proudly screamed out her love for Gigi, saying:
"Mommy loves you more than I can ever show you. You are part of MY SOUL forever. I miss you so much everyday. I wish I could wake up and have you here with me."
A NEW KOBE PROJECT IN THE WORKS
Three months after their sudden death, people continue to mourn Kobe and Gianna Bryant. People continue to find ways to celebrate them, remember them, and look back at their different moments.
Recently, another LA Laker great stepped forward to reveal something about Kobe, particularly the documentary that's on the works about him. Magic Johnson confirmed that his fellow Lakers icon is set to have his own film, revolving around Kobe's final season with the team.
Rumors of Kobe's own documentary began after Michael Jordan's "The Last Dance" shows the late Mamba and the beginning of his time in the NBA. In the Jordan documentary, the two basketball greats are seen playing against each other, sparking an interest for a film on Kobe's own journey.