Dwyane Wade Took A Huge Bite of Gabrielle Union’s Booty While On Vacation (VIDEO)

Wade, a retired NBA star, and his wife, actress Gabrielle Union, are enjoying each other’s company.

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The married couple packed on the PDA during their yearly Wade World Tour vacation.

The 49-year-old actress took to Instagram on Monday to share a video that showed the Miami Heat legend appearing to bite her booty, while she attempted to take a photo of the skyline in Spain.



Union showed off her fit physique in a zebra-print bikini.

The retired NBA player-turned-TNT broadcaster has already gone viral in the past few days after he submitted a petition to a Los Angeles County court to legally change the name and gender of his transgender daughter, Zaya Wade.

“First of all, me and my wife, we are proud parents of a child in the LGBTQ+ community,” Dwyane Wade told Ellen DeGeneres on the latter’s talk show in 2020. “We’re proud allies as well. We take our roles and our responsibility as parents very seriously.”


“I Used to Have to Chase Steph Around All the Time”- Chris Paul Humorously Related to Anthony Edwards’ Experience Guarding Kyrie Irving

“I Used to Have to Chase Steph Around All the Time”- Chris Paul Humorously Related to Anthony Edwards’ Experience Guarding Kyrie IrvingChris Paul, Anthony Edwards (Image Source: Getty Images)
On Thursday, veteran guard Chris Paul of the Golden State Warriors examined the Western Conference finals between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Dallas Mavericks players Anthony Edwards and Kyrie Irving. Paul compared his previous playoff matches with Steph Curry, a former opponent who is now a teammate.

Edwards reported that Irving “just outran” him during the competition, leaving him “exhausted.” In an interview with ESPN’s “NBA Countdown,” Paul discussed how Minnesota should use Edwards more in Game 2. In the postseason, was the nine-time All-Defensive team selection ever worn out “chasing around somebody as prolific as Kyrie”?

Curry was the opponent Paul named without hesitation, having faced him thrice in the playoffs (in 2014, 2018, and 2019). “Absolutely, I used to have to chase around Steph all the time,” Paul said humorously.

Early in the two-time MVP’s career, Paul’s Los Angeles Clippers beat Curry’s Warriors 4-3 in the 2014 playoffs’ opening round. But Curry and the company eventually exacted retribution. They defeated Paul’s Houston Rockets 4-3 in the 2018 West finals and 4-2 in the second round of the 2019 postseason.

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