Kanye West Can’t Stop Smiling in Cute Photo With Brooklyn Beckham at Kobe Bryant’s Final Game

by Rachel McRady 2:39 AM PDT, April 14, 2016
Photo: Instagram

Look at that smile! Kanye West is known for his straight-faced photos, but on Wednesday night, the rapper and Lakers fan couldn’t hide his grin. West attended star Kobe Bryant’s epic final NBA game where he ran into some fellow stars looking to celebrate Mamba’s career.

Brooklyn Beckham scored the ultimate shot with the “Only One” emcee, posting the black-and-white image to Instagram, writing, “Great to meet Kanye at the game tonight.”

Great to meet Kanye at the game tonight

A photo posted by BB (@brooklynbeckham) on

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In the pic, West, who is wearing a shirt that says “I Feel Like Kobe,” is smiling from ear-to-ear, while posing next to Victoria and David Beckham’s eldest son.

The “posh” parents also attended the festivities, goofing off in another one of Brooklyn’s Instagrams earlier in the evening.

Dads driver for the night

A photo posted by BB (@brooklynbeckham) on

“Dads driver for the night,” Brooklyn captioned the photo of Victoria Beckham navigating her hubby around in a motorized cart.

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Former soccer star David Beckham also congratulated Bryant on his record-breaking career, posting a photo to Instagram.

“Tonight will be full of emotions, happy ones & and sad ones but we celebrate the career of one of the games greatest plays and a true LAKER… It’s been an honor watching this man win championships and to have done it in style just the way this city expects… Easier said than done… Congrats my friend on a career that many people dream of… @lakers @kobebryant @lagalaxy.”

For his part, West was equally thrilled to be present for Bryant’s final moments playing for the NBA.

“At the God’s last game,” he captioned a photo of his ticket.

Plenty of other celebrities, including Jay Z, Adam Levine, Jack Nicholson, and Lamar Odom were present at the Staples Center to watch Bryant score 60 points – the most of any NBA player in their final game.