Published: Thu, February 13, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Dwyane Wade's son shares heartfelt message to sister Zaya

Dwyane Wade's son shares heartfelt message to sister Zaya

Meanwhile on Tuesday, Gabrielle Union uploaded a moving video to social media, showing her stepdaughter Zaya discussing her decision to come out as transgender.

National Basketball Association star Dwayne Wade recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where he spoke about the moment his daughter came out as trans and asked to be called Zaya.

"So once Zaya, our 12-year-old, came home. and said, 'Hey, I want to talk to you guys".

In the video, Wade, 38, then asks his daughter, "Even when people are being mean, and even when people are getting hurt because they're trying to be themselves?" "I think going forward I'm ready to live my truth, '" Wade told Ellen. The 18-year-old high school senior took to Instagram to post throwback photos of the sibling duo, writing, "Man, I remember bugging my mom as a kid telling her I wanted a brother so bad".

Wade described that moment.

"We take our roles and our responsibility as parents very seriously", he explained.

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Zaire and Zaya Wade are Dwyane Wade's children from a previous relationship.

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"I know it can get tough, definitely, but I think you push through, and you be the best you", Zaya is seen responding. Even through hard times, you gotta push through, it's very worth it.

"Meet Zaya. She's compassionate, loving, whip smart and we are so proud of her", Gabrielle wrote. To the fawning approval of major LGBT organizations, Union tweeted a "Huge huge huge THANK YOU to everyone whose dms I slid into, friends & family who provided information, resources, love & encouragement". It's worth it when you reach that point of, yourself'. 'We just tried to figure out as much information as we [could] to make sure we give our child the best opportunity to be her best self'.

"It's great that a young father who is African American is shedding light on their child because so many African American individuals get this stigma that there is no love in the community, that there is no acceptance in the community".

We're SO proud of you, Zaya!

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