Kobe Bryant #10 of the US Men's Senior National Team looks on during a pre-Olympic exhibition game against the Dominican Republic at Thomas & Mack Center on July 12, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The United States won the game 113-59. (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)

Just week after a highly publicized back-and-forth with Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant has made another snarky comment worth noting.  After the Obama’s were captured on the stadium’s ‘Kiss Cam’ at Team USA’s game vs. Brazil last night, Kobe said, “PDA is not for everybody, you know what I mean.” USA Today reports:

Following Team USA’s 80-69 win over Brazil on Monday night, President Obama called Kobe Bryant a “competitor” and said he expects “a little trash-talking whenever the opportunity arises” for the Los Angeles Lakers guard.

Turns out, the President was right on the money.

After Obama was dealt a small dose of rejection when First Lady Michelle Obama turned him down on a kiss cam, Bryant took a shot at Obama.

“PDA is not for everybody, you know what I mean,” Bryant said.

Then he backpedaled a bit.

“But he makes the important decisions, so it’s all good.”

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