USA Today Apologizes Over Insensitive Kobe Bryant Tweets

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Today marks the anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s tragic death. Leading up to this very sad anniversary, Kobe’s widow Vanessa Bryant kindly asked the media not to show pictures of the helicopter crash, or post anything that can make the Bryant family uncomfortable.

See her messages below:


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Apparently some didn’t get the memo, and still did some things that can be deemed disrespectful.

USA Today Sports was live tweeting minute-by-minute details of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe and his daughter:

Of course they deleted their tweets after they were hit with a ton of backlash. And apologized:

Twitter reacted:

Sometimes cancel culture can take things too far, but this time, they need to strike first.

Might it be time to “cancel” your USA Today subscription. . .


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