• Alison Morris posted on her Twitter account, saying he mixed up Knicks and Lakers
  • Allison Morris also posted on Twitter, saying she is not the Alison Morris Twitter has been looking for
  • Kobe Bryant and daughter Gigi were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, CA

A video of a news broadcast who allegedly used the N-word during a report about Kobe Bryant’s death went viral. The clip has gone viral in social media and is getting the outrage of everybody.

On one of YouTube videos that contain the video clip of the said incident, MSNBC anchor Alison Morris was discussing the Staples Center creating a memorial for their fallen legend when she uttered what appears to be the forbidden word.

After the news broke out, the news anchor immediately posted on her Twitter account about the mistake she made but claims that she never uttered the n-word but stuttered and accidentally called Lakers as “Nakers” as a result of a mix-up of Lakers and the Knicks.

While some accepted the apology, most of them aren’t convinced.

While Twitter is searching for Morris’ Twitter account to slam her with her mistake, Allison Morris, an-almost namesake of the MSNBC news posted on her Twitter account, saying that the social media is tagging the wrong Allison Morris. She is based in Ireland and is working as a Security Correspondent and Columnnist for The Irish Times, her profile says.

Bryant is travelling with his 13-year old daughter Gianna for a basketball game before the helicopter crashed in Calabasas, CA. Kobe and Gigi are just two of the five identified deaths on the said accident, which includes another player and a parent per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

The sports world is mourning about the sudden death of the Los Angeles Lakers legend. The two were spotted watching games together and just posted a greeting to LeBron James after passing him as the third leading scorer in NBA history.

Kobe was an 18-time NBA All-Star, five-time NBA champion with the Lakers and a two-time Finals MVP among all other accolades in his 20 seasons in purple and gold.

People gather around a makeshift memorial for former NBA and Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant at LA Plaza
People gather around a makeshift memorial for former NBA and Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant at LA Plaza AFP / Frederic J. Brown