Spike Lee honored late NBA star Kobe Bryant with his Oscars' outfit on Sunday night.
The “BlacKkKlansman” director — who won the Oscar for best-adapted screenplay for the film last year — hit the red carpet on Sunday while rocking a purple and gold suit emblazoned with the number 24, which was Bryant’s Los Angeles Lakers jersey number.
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Lee quickly took to Instagram to show off the attire. In his post, he wrote, “Da Lee’s Are In Da House.💜💜💜.”
Lee directed the documentary “Kobe Doin’ Work,” which premiered in 2009. The documentary followed the late basketball legend during a 24-hour period of the 2007-08 Los Angeles Lakers season.
Bryant, 41, was killed in a helicopter crash on January 26 along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others.
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