- NBA legend Kobe Bryant has just wrapped up a two-day visit in Manila for his Mamba Mentality tour
- The basketball star will also appear in the upcoming film Ghostbusters
- Recently, he posted on Instagram a picture of him with actor Jackie Chan in Beijing
Newly-retired future Hall of Famer NBA legend Kobe Bryant was spotted having dinner with action film legend and martial arts master Jackie Chan, right after his two-day visit in Manila for his Mamba Mentality Tour.
He posted on social media site Instagram a photo of himself along with Jackie Chan at a restaurant in Beijing, China.
Bryant wrote in his post, "Thank you, Jackie, for a great dinner in Beijing!"
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Consequently, he was also featured in a commercial for the upcoming movie Ghostbusters. The commercial depicted him doing business in China and at the same time, fighting ghosts.
Apparently, aside from his tours, Bryant has been enjoying life after retirement with TV appearances, living his life to the fullest outside basketball.
He was heard saying, "Who says retirement is going to be boring?"
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Bryant also expressed his excitement during his tour in Manila even if he has been in the country a few times in the past. However, the Mamba himself said that the Philippines is one of the best basketball fans in the world.
During his tour, he left a very powerful message by imparting the principle of the ‘Mamba Mentality.’
According to the NBA legend, "‘Mamba Mentality’ means to be in a constant quest to try and be the best version of yourself. That’s what the mentality is. It’s a constant quest to be better today that you were yesterday and be better tomorrow than you were the day before."
Even after retirement, Kobe's legacy will live on as players and fans all over the world continue to pay homage to the legend. He will be forever remembered as one of the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time).-SK, Kami Media
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