The 39 year old manX-Men: ApocalypseActress took to Instagram Monday, the day after news that Bryant died in a helicopter accident near Calabasas, California, along with eight others, including his daughter Gianna.
“Kobe. You were a wonderful friend. Always positive, attentive, supportive and reliable and, therefore, so brilliant ” she wrote in an emotional tribute on Instagram. "One of the most brilliant souls I have ever seen and I am absolutely devastated by it."
Munn continued to reveal that the pair were ready to meet later this week to discuss a project close to the two hearts.
"We should get together this week to discuss more of the epic world you were creating at Granity Studios," she said, referring to Bryant's production company. "You were creating an entire world from scratch – everything from continents, oceans and rivers, to trees and even tree leaves."
She continued: “The last time we talked, I shared my idea of what the night sky would be like. I was inspired by friends of mine who lost their four-year-old daughter to cancer. When explaining to the youngest daughter what happened, instead of saying that the sister had died, they said that "Billie became a star". To this day, if you ask her where her sister is, she will say & # 39; Billie étoile & # 39 ;. ""
Munn's representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News's request for comment.
The star concluded with a sincere farewell to her friend.
"We wanted to help children to be less afraid of death and to tell stories of all the big and small stars … And now you are one of them."
O Los Angeles The County Sheriff's Office told a news conference on Sunday afternoon that there were nine people listed on the helicopter's manifesto and that all were dead. The police did not confirm any of the victims' identities.
After the news, dozens of fans wearing Bryant t-shirts began to line up close to where the police had closed the road that led to the accident while they anxiously awaited information from the authorities. On Sunday night, the Grammy Awards 2020 open with a tribute to Bryant.