Migos’ Quavo Reveals What He Thinks About LeBron’s Not Mentioning Kobe Bryant In His Championship Speech
Quavo, one of the rappers of the Atlanta-based rap group Migos, made his own thoughts on why LeBron James did not mention the late basketball player Kobe Bryant by referring to his speech at the Los Angeles Lakers championship.
It was crucial that the Los Angeles Lakers became champions this year because they would dedicate the championship to the legendary Lakers basketball player Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who died in a helicopter crash in early 2020.
Under the leadership of LeBron James, the Lakers won the 17th title by defeating the Miami Heat team and caught the Boston Celtics in this category.
During the awards ceremony, the Lakers’ power forward Anthony Davis said they dedicated the championship to the Kobe, Gianna, and Bryant family. Then there was LeBron James’ Finals MVP speech. Everyone was expecting LeBron to say ‘this is for you, Kobe,’ but it didn’t turn out as expected. LeBron praised the Lakers organization and thanked everyone who believed in it in his speech.
While everyone thought about why LeBron didn’t mention Kobe, Quavo jumped on his Instagram account to comment on this issue. The rapper said that he was one of the witnesses to this great moment by sharing a photo of James and Bryant, and claimed that LeBron won this championship for Kobe.
Here’s what he said:
“Did It For Kobe I Am A Witness Congrats LeBron James.”
See the Instagram post below.