Teen Mom Star Slams People Using Clickbait On Death Of Kobe Bryant!

We know that the NBA legend Kobe Bryant is no more between us and people are using the heart wreching news as a clickbait! Well, who's doing that and what did the Teen Mom star say about it! Read the full story to discover that...

Kobe Bryant, 41 years old, died in a helicopter crash along with his daughter.

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The helicopter crash killed nine people that include the NBA legend and her Gianna who was an aspiring basketball player. We hope that God gives all the strength to his family. It’s not easy to cope up with the death as someone lost a father, husband, son, and a hero to many of us.

TMZ reported the news before the police had the chance to inform his wife.

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LA County sheriff Alex Villanueva slammed TMZ for reporting the news before it could be told to his wife. “It would be extremely disrespectful to understand that your loved one … perished and you learn about it from TMZ,” he said in the press conference.

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Teen Mom star send condolences

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“My entire heart and being is with Kobe’s family in this time of tragedy. I have no words. All I hope is they can feel our love surrounding them,” Lexi tweeted.

Lexi slams TMZ

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How can a media outlet be soulless when it comes to reporting someone’s death? Well, Lexi Tatman tweets “I can’t say it enough. F*ck @TMZ #scum.”

Lexi slamming stars for sharing death click bait articles.

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“Can we stop using someone’s passing as click bait? Wtf is wrong with these people,” she tweeted. Who are these Teen Mom stars sharing clickbait articles?

Ashely Siren slams ‘girls’

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What do you think? Should Teen Mom stop wholesome sharing news or just drop out the idea of sharing death news?

One spotted!

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Kailyn Lowry shared an article about it and later deleted the tweet. Shee was slammed for posting insensitive post. Later, she deleted the post and simply wrote “RIP Kobe.”

RIP GOAT.

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It’s great if you’re paying tribute to the legend but sharing insensitive clickbait articles to earn money ain’t cool. What’re your thoughts on it?