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Kobe Bryant explains why he is a big Taylor Swift fan: "She is a killer"

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In a recent interview for The Jordan Harbinger Show, Kobe Bryant spoke very highly about Taylor Swift and the success she had in recent years and why people should admire everything she achieved so far.

Taylor Swift is probably one of the most powerful female artists in today's world of music and Kobe Bryant is fascinated by everything she accomplished at such a young age. Bryant said he is a big fan of her work and believes Taylor has that same drive Kobe had during his career which forced him to get better despite already achieving a lot of success.

"I think it's important to listen to people who do great things. You know Taylor has been on top of the game for a very very long time so how and why. How does she write? How does she get into that space in order to create things over and over and over again? It's a lot of pressure for her to follow up a number one album with a better than follow up with a better. I don't care if you like her music or you don't like her music. Look at what she is doing and that is frightening stuff and it's unbelievable to be able to pull that off over and over and over. You can't have that level of consistent success and not be a killer, it's impossible."

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