Updated: Jan 28, 2020
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For the last week they have been talking about a state funeral and Mr Peanut must die. Everyone thought it was Jimmy Carter. However, Kobe Bryant was recently in a Mr Peanut commercial. It turns out Kobe was Mr Peanut.
A state funeral is a public funeral ceremony, observing the strict rules of protocol, held to honor people of national significance. State funerals usually include much pomp and ceremony as well as religious overtones and distinctive elements of military tradition.
Generally, state funerals are held in order to involve the general public in a national day of mourning after the family of the deceased gives consent. A state funeral will often generate mass publicity from both national and global media outlets.
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President Trump Tweets at 3:48 PM on Jan 26, 2020: Reports are that basketball great Kobe Bryant and three others have been killed in a helicopter crash in California. That is terrible news! 
Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas Sunday morning ... TMZ Sports has confirmed.
Kobe was traveling with at least 3 other people including his daughter Gianna in his private helicopter when it went down. A fire broke out. Emergency personnel responded, but nobody on board survived. 5 people are confirmed dead.
Kobe has famously used a helicopter to travel for years -- dating back to when he played for the Lakers. He was known for commuting from Newport Beach, CA to the STAPLES Center in DTLA in his Sikorsky S-76 chopper.
Kobe has recently been spotted out at NBA games with his daughter Gianna -- a rising star basketball player herself. Their youngest daughter, Capri, was just born in June 2019. 
Although Kobe was not a fan of President Trump, he did admit in a recent interview with Ben Strauss of Politico if asked to go now, he probably would. However, in 2017 Kobe said he wouldn’t attend the White House if asked.  Regardless, he obviously was not a fan. It is known that Kobe and Barack Obama were once friends.
Kobe's accomplishments stand far outside of the basketball world. He won an Oscar for his short film, "Dear Basketball," in 2018.
On Saturday, LeBron James passed Kobe as third on the all-time NBA scoring list. He paid tribute to Bron on Instagram -- his last post -- by saying, "On to #2 @kingjames! Keep growing the game and charting the path for the next." 
At age 34, Kobe became the youngest player in NBA history to surpass the 30,000-point mark. Speaking of putting up points, the guy was notorious for his 81-point game against the Toronto Raptors in 2006. It was one of the greatest performances in modern NBA history.
Another major highlight from his long career was his final game in 2016 against the Utah Jazz, when he dropped 60 points and went out with a bang to help his team win. It was especially moving considering his injury-plagued years, which started in 2013 when he tore his Achilles tendon. 
I’m left with some questions. The State Funeral drop. The Mr. Peanut must die commercial. Kobe Bryant Peanut Commercial. His untimely death during the Impeachment Hearings. Did he really die, or is he in witness protection?
Was this predictive programming? No matter what way I slice it, my conclusion is one way or another he was somehow a witness. ...but to what?
He was 41 years old. RIP