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Kobe Bryant proves once again that athlete's and photo shoots don't mix

Written by Juan Cena on Monday, May 03 2010 and posted in SWRT
The LA Times Magazine got a chance to do an article and photo shoot with Kobe Bryant. And what do they do? Dress him in some of the goofiest outfits they could find.
For an article titled "White Hot," the magazine dressed the Black Mamba in a series of white outfits that got goofier and goofier as they went along. Want proof?:




Here's Kobe in a outfit that makes him look like Culture Club member Mikey Craig circa 1983. Seriously, just add Jon Barry in a Boy George costume and it'd be perfect. Scratch that, let's not give anybody any ideas.

Oh wait, it gets worse:





This is high fashion? It looks like men's underwear from the 1880's.



What is this, Kobe of Arabia? It looks like he's ready to hang out with the Sex in the City girls in Dubai.

You'd think pro athlete's would be a little more wary of magazine photo shoots after the A*Rod debacle. Apparently not.

(via Ball Don't Lie, Los Angeles Times Magazine)


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The LA Times Magazine got a chance to do an article and photo shoot with Kobe Bryant. And what do they do? Dress him in some of the goofiest outfits they could find.
For an article titled "White Hot," the magazine dressed the Black Mamba in a series of white outfits that got goofier and goofier as they went along. Want proof?:




Here's Kobe in a outfit that makes him look like Culture Club member Mikey Craig circa 1983. Seriously, just add Jon Barry in a Boy George costume and it'd be perfect. Scratch that, let's not give anybody any ideas.

Oh wait, it gets worse:





This is high fashion? It looks like men's underwear from the 1880's.



What is this, Kobe of Arabia? It looks like he's ready to hang out with the Sex in the City girls in Dubai.

You'd think pro athlete's would be a little more wary of magazine photo shoots after the A*Rod debacle. Apparently not.

(via Ball Don't Lie, Los Angeles Times Magazine)



Posted originally: 2010-05-03 14:24:00
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