Gabrielle Union Hilariously Recalls Giving Steph & Ayesha Curry Relationship Advice Years Ago: I Told Them Break Up Now & Have Sex With Other People!

Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade, Ayesha Curry, Steph Curry

Gabrielle Union Hilariously Recalls Giving Steph & Ayesha Curry Relationship Advice Years Ago: I Told Them Break Up Now & Have Sex With Other People!

Two of the NBA’s most recognizable couples are Miami Heat retiree Dwyane Wade and actress wifey, Gabrielle Union; and champion Steph Curry and his chef/Cover Girl Ayesha Curry. What we didn’t know is that the Curry duo has tapped the Wades for marital advice at some point – and what Gabrielle Union advised them to do was shocking!

Gabrielle Union, Dwayne Wade

The basketball couples chit-chatted in a joint Instagram Live session:

“Dwayne Wade: She [Gabrielle Union] was a thot in ’98. I’m sure of it.

Gabrielle Union: I was! Listen, I enjoyed my life! And that is the exact advice I gave Ayesha and a young Steph at D. Wright’s 25th birthday party-

Ayesha Curry: It all comes out! I’m so done!

Gabrielle: I said, ‘Guys, the likelihood of this working out is very low, and you should just break up now and have sex with other people…is that not what I told y’all both?”

“Ayesha Curry: You looked at me and said, ‘How old are you? Okay!’

Gabrielle: Precisely, because I was a thot!

Dwyane Wade: I apologize for that! That is not who we are…anymore!

Gabrielle: I still might give the same advice!”

This is especially hilarious due to the nature of Steph Curry’s and Ayesha’s relationship. The two reportedly met in Sunday School at church in North Carolina, and have been married since 2011. They were only 23-years-old when they tied the knot!

Ayesha & Steph Curry


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The Golden State Warrior gave this reply when asked why he got married so young:

“Why waste time if you’ve found the right one?”

Gabrielle ended by complimenting the Curry family’s faith:

“Literally, there are very few people I have met who have been consistent. I mean, sh*t, I’ve known you guys for well over a decade. And there’s a lot of people who talk about faith, and there’s a lot of people who talk about moving the culture forward but something isn’t real somewhere, right? When people are like, ‘Are they real?’ And I’m like, ‘Yes. They’re some of the only people I’ve met who have been consistent from the first time I saw them to every time I speak to you guys…me and Ayesha just text each other [with] encouragement randomly. Like, ‘Girl, keep your head up. You got this.’ And…I wish people understood that it is possible to be people of faith…”

What do you think of Gabrielle Union’s advice? Let us know what you think in the comments.

Written by Miata Shanay

Authored by: Miata Shanay