Gabrielle Union‘s fans said that her daughter, Zaya will become a supermodel. Check out the post that has people talking.
‘Happy Thanksgiving From The Wades,’ Gaby said.
Someone posted this message: ‘That baby gon stop fuckn wit y’all soon as she pass her driving test,’ and a commenteer said: ‘I’m confused it is thanksgiving or Christmas? love the photos though.’
Another follower said: ‘It’s kaviaaaa for meeeee!!! Her shirt, her bag, matching scarf plus the pose… omg!’ and a commenter said: ‘Wow… Just noticed your little baby has on her head the Samakaka pattern head band….. (If no one knows, Samakaka is an African pattern traditionally used in Angola, more precisely Luanda where I am from).’
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A follower said: ‘Nah! The fact that you never post X is suspect!!! It’s giving sad! Happy thanksgiving tho! @gabunion @dwyanewade.’
A fan said: ‘Thanks & same to you & yours from Omaha, NE,’ and a commenter posted this message: ‘You your husband and your little girl cute n this picture.’
A follower said: ‘Y’all eating y’all Turkey and wishing people that don’t even have money to buy Turkey happy Thanksgiving,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘Happy thanksgiving!! Can you share the deets on your pants !!!’
A follower said: ‘Bought matching diamonds for six of my bitches.’
In other news, Gabrielle Union is showing love to Aunjanue Ellis on her social media account.
She is praising all kinds of important women on a weekly basis. Check out her message here.
‘Today’s #WCW is Aunjanue Ellis. Aunjanue is a friend whose illustrious career has spanned decades. She is also a fierce advocate for civil rights. She’s had many iconic roles, including the matriarch of The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel, Ray, Men Of Honor and more,’ Gaby began.
She continued and said: ‘She recently starred in “King Richard” and her performance is absolutely chilling. It is so interesting to see the perspective of Brandi Williams and Aunjanue really takes the viewer back in time to understand what it took raising two superstars. Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there.’