Kobe Bryant stares down 'fan' recording his family meal

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The life of a global superstar can be tough. 

Some days they just want to be treated like any normal member of society. However, when your name is Kobe Bryant, that can be extremely difficult. 

Despite retiring from the NBA earlier this year, the excitement and euphoria that has surrounded the Black Mamba for 20 years still follows him. 

He remains one of the biggest names ever to play basketball and he will stay at the forefront of the game for the foreseeable future. 

However, as fans, there is a time and (appropriate) place to approach the five-time champions. As for recording him from afar, well, that's never really acceptable. 

A video was recently released on YouTube of a 'fan' recording the 38-year-old having a meal with his wife and two daughters. 

His eldest was the first to notice, but when Kobe himself spotted the camera, his death stare was colder than any we saw during his days on the hardwood. 



The memory of Bryant's 60-point performance still lives large in the memory for L.A. fans and NBA followers in general. It was the perfect way for the guard to bow out. 

Since calling it a day, the 18-time All-Star has been promoting his brand with multiple ventures and appearances around the world.

Just yesterday, Bryant and Jeff Stibel unveiled a $100 Million capital fund venture, and he has previously stated his desire to get into the world of film-making.

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