It’s been almost three weeks since Kobe Bryant tragically passed away in a helicopter crash alongside eight other people.
Also killed in the tragedy was Kobe’s 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, along with her teammate, Alyssa Altobelli, Altobelli’s father, John, his wife, Kerri, Christina Mauser, a basketball coach at Gianna’s school, Sarah Chester and her teenage daughter, Payton, and the helicopter’s pilot, Ara Zobayan.
While the exact cause of the crash remains unknown, it has been revealed that there is no sign of engine failure, and the heavy fog is likely to be a huge factor.
Countless tributes have been paid to all those who perished in the horrific accident.
Just days after the crash, LeBron James himself unveiled a tattoo of a black mamba in honor of Kobe.
Now, Los Angeles legend himself, The Game, has also unveiled a tribute tattoo – but this one is on his face.
Just yesterday, the rapper took to Instagram, where he shared shots of him getting the tattoo as well as the finished product.
For his latest tattoo, The Game blended Byrant’s signature with his original jersey number, no. 8.
The number is notably flipped on its side so that it morphs into the signature better, as well as representing the infinity symbol.
He captioned the post: ‘Forever’.
What do you make of the tattoo?