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Guns N’ Roses honour late Kobe Bryant
At the Super Bowl Fest, Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses took a moment to remember Bryant, claiming he had a feeling of foreboding the night before the basketball star’s helicopter crash in California on January 26. The accident killed the Los Angeles Lakers legend, his 13-year-old girl Gianna and seven other people, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“The other night coming home from rehearsal… I was like, ‘Is it just me, or is that really weird?’ It was this fog bank, like a thunder cloud over the trees,” he continued. “It was really white with a slight pink above the trees… It was really weird,” Rose recalled prior to performing the classic cover.
He added: “The only word I had for that at the time (was) it looked formidable. By morning, apparently, it was much worse. That’s where (Bryant’s) helicopter flew through. It was pretty scary. I want to dedicate this to Kobe and his daughter and everyone on the flight and everyone in the families and everyone impacted by this terrible event (sic).”