Late Kobe Bryant Had Dedicated His Book 'Epoca: The Tree of Ecrofto' to Wife Vanessa
Vanessa Bryant recently shared a sweet book dedication Kobe left before his death. The 38-year-old can't get enough of her husband's love for her.
It's been nearly four months since Kobe Bryant passed away, but his wife, Vanessa Bryant, can't stop being in awe of her husband's love for her.
In a recent Instagram post, Vanessa shared a touching tribute Kobe had paid to her when he was alive. The post featured images of Kobe's sports fiction book, "Epoca the Tree of Ecrof: Island of the Gods."
While the first picture captured a purple front cover of the book, the second photo featured a heartwarming dedication from Kobe to his wife. From the sweet note, it is clear just how much the late NBA star adored his wife. He wrote:
"For Vanessa. Thank you for always being the Realist to my Dreamer."
This heartwarming post garnered reactions from fans and loved ones of the Bryant family who took to the comment section to share their good wishes. In a caption posted alongside the images, Vanessa gushed over her husband while writing:
"Always learning from the best. ❤️My Boo-Boo, my Dreamer.... ?."
While one user sweetly wrote: "So much love for you. Thank you for sharing your family with us. Big hugs", several other users left heart emojis in response to the post.
According to him, all the passengers were aware of the risks involved and thus, responsible for the fatal crash.
"I love you Koko Bean ?❤️"
In the filing, Berge made arguments against Vanessa's claims. According to him, all the passengers were aware of the risks involved and thus, responsible for the fatal crash.
In her lawsuit, the 38-year-old claimed that Zobayan, who was flying the helicopter that resulted in the death of Kobe and eight others, had failed to conduct a proper assessment of the weather conditions before operating the aircraft.
On January 26, a fatal helicopter crash in California claimed the lives of Kobe Bryant at the age of 41. He died alongside his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, the pilot, Ara Zobayan, and six others who were on board.