Vanessa Bryant Appreciates Kobe Murals Being 'Saved' From Damage Amid the Protests in Los Angeles

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While the protests in Los Angeles escalated to violence and vandalism over the weekend, murals honoring Kobe Bryant and his late daughter, Gianna, have largely remained untouched. As Vanessa Bryant shared on social media on Monday, even the one mural that was threatened by fire was saved from damage.

Bryant took to her Instagram story to share a screenshot of a news report showing a burning building in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles as firefighters were working to extinguish the blaze.

However, as the news reporter explained, a mural of the Lakers legend -- who died in helicopter crash along with with his 13-year-old daughter and seven others on Jan. 26 -- remained intact on the side of a neighboring building.

Bryant went on to share several other murals across Los Angeles that have been respected amid the increase in vandalism.

Vanessa Bryant
Vanessa Bryant/Instagram

Vanessa Bryant
Vanessa Bryant/Instagram

Vanessa Bryant
Vanessa Bryant/Instagram

Vanessa also shared some love for another Instagram page that posted a photo of a Kobe mural on a building that was left untagged. The post read, "They know Kobe is off limits."