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Paul Stanley paid tribute to Kobe Bryant Wednesday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
“We’re in the house that Kobe built. None of us would be here if this place wasn’t really like a memorial to somebody who was so much more than a basketball player, somebody who’s been a role model,” Stanley told the crowd in the arena where Bryant played for the Lakers for two decades. “And tonight, I think we dedicate this show not only to Kobe and his daughter Gigi, but to all the people who perished on that helicopter. So, let’s reach back to something from ‘Destroyer’. This song says, ‘Do You Love Me’.”
He quickly changed into a yellow Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers jersey before performing the song.
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