(Kobe with his daughter Gianna Bryant) [Getty images.]
Sunday 26th January, American Professional basketball player Kobe Bryant was involved in a helicopter crash. The NBA MVP who was accompanied by his daughter, Gianna, and seven others, were killed after the helicopter they were traveling in crashed and burst into flames in the hills above Calabasas.
While the whole world was mourning his death, NFL ex legend Larry Johnson didn't come into terms with the news of his demise, denying the reports from officials that Kobe's death was a result of a "thick fog."
Disagreeing with the reports, he took his bizarre to Twitter claiming that James, -Bryant's old friend and Lakers star- had something to do with the devastating incident. According to Johnson, the crash had a thing to do with "Luciferianism" explaining James' alleged connection to Illuminati.
In the video he posted on his Twitter platform, Johnson emphasized that during the Lakers’ first tribute to Bryant at Staples Centre, James performed an Illuminati symbol with his hands. James’ second-hand gesture was decoded by Johnson as the symbol of “666,” a combination of numbers widely synonymous with the devil’s number.
“Thank you oh great Lucifer, son of the morning, who I owe....” Luciferianism has been rotting the black community for years now. We can quit the “It’s the white man!” - Naw, it’s our dumb asses via the entertainment industry,” read his caption.
In a separate post, the retired NFL player explains his theory about James passing Bryant in the all-time NBA scoring list. He further claimed that Bryant’s 81-point game and jersey number “24” both secretly imply 666.
Separately, a school psychologist and the self-described “Prince of Pan-Africanism" Dr. Umar Johnson, also claimed that Illuminati was behind Bryant's death.
In a report done by CNN, Dr. Umar alleged that the fog had nothing to do with the crash.
“When is the last time you saw a propeller go out on a helicopter? I’ve been on helicopters. I’ve been on helicopters. I’ve been on helicopters. When is the last time you saw the propeller go out on a helicopter?,” Umar repeatedly exclaimed.
“How many flights I’ve been in in the fog? Helicopters in the fog? I took helicopters in Africa in the fog. In Africa. In Nigeria. In the fog. On the helicopter. They did not crash because of the fog. They didn’t crash because of no d*mn fog, and it wasn’t any wind. The propeller was sabotaged,” he added.
Kobe at the NBA finals game 7 vs Boston Celtic
Kobe at the NBA finals game 7 vs Boston Celtic.[photo/Courtesy)