The 41-year-old NBA star who died with his 13-year-old daughter Gianni and 7 others in a gory helicopter crash on Sunday, January 26, 2020, left behind valuable assets and business empire that are valued around $991 million.
Kobe Bryant also invested hugely into his companies such as LegalZoom, Scopely, Art of Sport, The Honest Company, RingDNA, FocusMotion, DyshApp and Represent.
Aside from the above, Kobe Bryant is said to have invested hugely in Bryant Stibel, a company he co-founded with the owner of web.com, Jeff Stibel.
Also, Kobe Bryant “and his business partner Stibel are said to have invested in technology, media and data companies and its assets are valued at least $1.9 million. Bryant also left behind a big mansion valued at $8.9m along with exotic cars”.
Kobe Bryant is no more but he left valuable assets to ensure the survival and comfort of his family.
Below are photos of Kobe Bryant’s $8 million mansion.