Dwyane Wade Shows Off His New Hair Color In Latest Bathroom Selfie With Gabrielle Union

Dwyane Wade Shows Off His New Hair Color In Latest Bathroom Selfie With Gabrielle Union

Former NBA player Dwyane Wade is showing off his latest hair color, in a new bathroom selfie with wife Gabrielle Union. He’s recently been trying out new hair colors. Last month, he debuted a light-pink crop for the ‘gram.

He wore his latest blonde look while celebrating Juneteenth. Gabrielle Union posted a couple of selfies with herself and her husband. In the caption of the post Gabrielle writes,

“Black  Black #Juneteenth”

Gabrielle Union also snapped a few solo shots. 

Gabrielle recently discussed how it has been for her to be raising black children in this social climate in a recent interview with SELF magazine,

“For us as Black parents of Black children, you’re seeing the hypocrisy, and that hypocrisy leading to death. That hypocrisy leading to arrests. That hypocrisy leading to abuse and uneven enforcement of rules that we’re all supposed to be following. It’s terrifying, honestly…We are feeling a lot of different things right now. Personally, I’m anxious, I’m depressed, I’m enraged, I’m heartbroken. I’m experiencing so many different feelings that these words don’t even carry the weight of it all. Waking up each morning to the nonstop murder of my brothers and sisters is excruciatingly painful. There’s terror in my body. As a family, we are all trying to cope. We are open with each other about the mixed feelings we are having and talk about the ways in which we can help bring attention to the lives that have been lost but also how we can help create real change to a system so inherently wrong across the board.”

Gabrielle Union, Dwayne Wade, Zaya Wade

The actress likens raising Black children in this social climate to raising children during a global health pandemic:

“I read somewhere on Twitter today, somebody said that Black folks and marginalized folks have been sheltering in place for centuries because we know it’s always been safer at home than out in the streets, and we were doing that before the pandemic. It’s that fear that so many marginalized mothers have, when their children are physically outside of their eyesight. And in these times, there are no rules. Nothing makes sense. Laws are not enforced, or they’re unevenly enforced, and people are getting away with breaking the law with impunity. You don’t even know what to say, because the hypocrisy is just rampant.”

Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union and their kids


Authored by: Chelsea Adjalla