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Kobe Bryant's Death Was Predicted Back in 2012?

Over the years, we have come across instances of when something has happened, the internet or any pop culture presentation apparently predicted it several years ago.

2020-01-26T22:16:00Z

The internet and rest of the world is currently trying to soak in the fact that Basketball legend, Kobe Bryant is indeed no more where the former NBA all-star died in a helicopter crash recently.

Everybody has been posting messages and condolences remembering Bryant and his illustrious career as the news is still spreading like wildfire.

But we all know the Internet can be a rather freaky place and there have been multiple instances to prove the same. Over the years, we have come across instances of when something has happened, the internet or any pop culture presentation apparently predicted it several years ago. The best example of that has been The Simpsons (TV series) where they have indeed aired several segments that happened lately but was predicted several years ago.

We don't how to describe it but Bryant's recent passing away has joined that bandwagon. A Twitter handle called .Noso tweeted 'Kobe is going to end up dying in a helicopter crash' back on 14th November 2012-

It is indeed freaky that is exactly what happened now but upon doing some finding, it seemed like this wasn't a prediction per se and more so just a random tweet. The twitter handle belongs to an avid basketball fan who, for some reason tweeted this back in 2012. Needless to say, this was enough to have everybody's attention and this tweet is now going viral.

In fact, the twitter handle himself/herself couldn't seem to believe that Bryant has indeed passed away and when someone pointed out that their tweet was going viral, he/she couldn't stop apologizing enough-

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xxMATSxx 21 days ago Power in thought, never think or wish I’ll of anyone because even unknowingly life and the universe has a weird way of making things happen. It’s obviously not the tweeters fault I. In Anyway but it’s times like these that I think how important power of thought is,
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