Kobe Bryant never was one to hold back, both on the court and when speaking to the media, as he’s proven time and time again over the course of his career, and after almost two years away from the hardwood, Bryant doesn’t seem to have changed one bit.
As you all know, Kobe had both his No. 8 and No. 24 jerseys retired by the Lakers at halftime in their game against the Golden State Warriors on Monday, and in usual Kobe fashion, Los Angeles was buzzing in excitement for the ceremony.
Prior to the game, Kobe held a press conference and was asking a varying range of questions, from his thoughts on the current Lakers roster, to what number he prefers better — 8 or 24 — but the real highlight of the conference came when Bryant was asked how the first weeks of retirement were.
Kobe drops an F-bomb on live TV pic.twitter.com/oIm4LkCsF3
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) December 19, 2017
Just as we’ve come to expect, Kobe‘s filter was almost non-existent, catching himself at the last second from dropping an F-bomb on live television.
It’s not the first time either, as Bryant has somewhat of a reputation for swearing when speaking to the media.
We’re gonna miss you Kobe.