Kevin Gates Dishes on Negativity in the Air on the Day Kobe Bryant Died

During his appearance on 'Big Boy's Neighborhood', the 'Really Really' rapper, who lives only 7 minutes from the crash site, details what was happening that day in his home.

AceShowbiz - Kevin Gates shared that he felt negative energy in the air on the day Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash. During his appearance on "Big Boy's Neighborhood", the rapper, who lives only 7 minutes from the crash site, detailed what was happening that day in his home.

Gates revealed that he could sense the negative energy and it only amplified when his "nana" came into the house explaining that Kobe had died. "My nana came in. I told my tattoo artist- remember I told you? I said, 'Man, I don't feel like we should leave the house today. We just need to stay in today,' " he said.

"She came right to the house. I hate to even say this, but that's what happened. She came in the house and was like, 'They say Kobe just had a helicopter crash.' That s**t happened seven minutes from my house. Like, weird s**t like that always be happening to me," the "Big Gangsta" spitter explained.

Kobe and his daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on January 26, 20220. Fans and friends were mourning of the five-time NBA champion's shocking death.

Fans didn't seem to buy Gates' words upon watching his interview. "I feel like he been lying more since he started wearing that feather," one person commented. "LMAOOOOO like how do y'all take him serious," someone else echoed the sentiment.

However, some others believed his remarks. "People who are spiritually in tune really do get feelings like this IF YOU KNOW YOU KNOW… everything this man says sounds crazy to closed mind but I've had moments like this plenty of times," one fan said.

Elsewhere in the new interview, Gates talked about going nearly a month without food or water by choice in a dry fast. "Dry fasting is when you don't eat or drink," he revealed. When asked how long he would partake in the practice, Gates noted, It depends. The longest I ever done did was close to a month - three weeks. No food, no water."

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