On her Instagram page, Vanessa Bryant posted a photo of someone holding one of the shoes, which she doesn’t even have.
âThis is a shoe I worked on in honor of my daughter, Gianna,â Bryant wrote. “It was going to be called the exclusive ‘Mambacita’ shoe.
black and white color on her daddy’s shoes. I chose the colors in honor of her uniform, the number 2 she wore just like her uniform, the interior design, Kobe and Gigi on the gold back instead of Kobe’s signature, the interior details of the shoe (butterfly, wings, halo), etc. .
âThe ‘Mambacita’ shoes are NOT approved for sale. I wanted them to be sold to honor my daughter with ALL proceeds to benefit our @mambamambacitasports foundation, but I did not re-sign the Nike contract and I decided not to sell these shoes. The Mambacita shoes weren’t approved to be made in the first place. Nike didn’t send any of these pairs to me and my daughters. I don’t know how anyone another got his hands on shoes I designed in honor of my daughter, Gigi, and we don’t. Hope these shoes weren’t sold @nike. ”
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There was no immediate response to the City News Service for a request for comment from Nike.
Bryant asked for help figuring out how anyone could get the shoes, saying, “… that would be great because my daughters and I don’t have any of Gigi’s Mambacita shoes.”
Another post she shared included a tweet suggesting that a retailer called Foot Patrol in the UK had “accidentally released a few pairs earlier.”
Kobe Bryant and Gianna, 13, died along with seven other people in a helicopter crash in Calabasas in January 2020.
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