The rapper shared his new ink on Instagram on Wednesday and he chose to immortalize Bryant with a tatt of his number over his left eyebrow. Game was all decked out in Lakers' gear, complete with a purple hoodie, as he took the painful body modification like a champ. It's unclear why he went with the number 8 instead of 24 but we think it means that the game has been a Kobe fan since the beginning. Kobe wore number 8 for the first half of his career before switching to number 24 for the latter half.
"♾ F O R E V E R," he captioned his post.
It was reported that he got the 8 sideways to convey the infinity sign and represent, "Kobe forever."