Kobe Bryant Calls Out Two Twitter Users for Trying to Troll U.S. Women's Soccer Star Carli Lloyd

Kobe is always watching.

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Kobe Bryant is a BIG fan of the U.S. Women's National Team. He was very vocal about it during the 2015 World Cup and, as you can see in the photo above, he got his entire family involved, too. So when Kobe noticed a couple of Twitter users trying to troll USWNT star Carli Lloyd on Twitter last night, he wasn't having any of it.

Things started off innocently enough when Twitter user @pegyscarters sent out a tweet wondering how Lloyd manages to train for soccer and make the rounds on the talk show circuit at the same time. Lloyd responded to her by saying that it's "all in the mind":

But that led to a troll swooping in to take a shot at Lloyd. Twitter user @ronaldguzman12 responded to @pegyscarters' question by saying that Lloyd is "more interested" in being famous now than playing soccer. And Lloyd shut him down with the quickness:

She got an assist from Kobe as well. He saw what the two Twitter users asked Lloyd and decided to chime in with a response of his own. He told Lloyd that she should ignore both of them:

In fairness to @pegyscarters, the question that she asked wasn't that bad. But this just goes to show you that you'd better think twice before you come at any of the USWNT players. Kobe is always watching…

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[via espnW]

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