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Kobe Bryant Gets Critiqued By 105-Year-Old Fan

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Kobe Bryant and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers got to meet perhaps their oldest fan before their game against the Hornets on Saturday night at the Staples Center. Allene Wynn, who turned 105-years-old last week and was at the game celebrating the milestone, got to meet most of the team outside of their locker room, including the Lakers star. When it came time for Wynn to talk to Kobe, the Centenarian had a few choice words for Kobe’s performance on the court. According to ESPNLosAngeles.com:

“Wynn was visited by several members of the team outside the locker room before the Lakers’ 88-85 win, including Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.

‘It just made me feel good all over to meet him in person. I’ve been wanting to meet him for years,’ Wynn told ESPNLosAngeles.com about her interaction with Bryant. ‘I got to touch him. I shook hands with him and hugged him. I said, ‘Wait, let me hug you, baby.’”

“Wynn, who says she watches every Lakers game she can and has a wall in her living room covered from floor to ceiling with Lakers-related photos and memorabilia, didn’t let her fandom prevent her from critiquing the team.

‘I told him what I thought about his playing,’ Wynn recalled. ‘I said, ‘You don’t play like I want you to play.’ I said, ‘I done came all the way over here and I don’t want to see none of that sorry stuff.’”

“None of that sorry stuff.” Hilarious!! What do you say to a 105-year-old except “yes ma’am.” Check out Kobe’s reaction to her critique below:

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