Gabrielle Union recalls the advice she gave to a young Steph and Ayesha Curry lol
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Gabrielle Union arrives at “America’s Got Talent” Season 14 Live Show Red Carpet at Dolby Theatre on September 10, 2019 in Hollywood, California.
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During an Instagram Live chat with her husband Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Unionrevealed that she once advised Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha — who joined the stream — that they should split up.
“She was a thot in ’98,” Wade said of his wife, who laughed and confessed, “I was!”
“I enjoyed my life,” Union added, “And that is the exact advice I gave Ayesha and a young Steph at D. Wright’s 25th birthday party.”
“It all comes out! I’m so done,” Ayesha said as Gabby explained that she told the couple — who have now been married for eight years and share three kids together — that their relationship wouldn’t last, PEOPLE reports.
“I was like, ‘You guys, the likelihood of this working out is very low.’ “
Watch Gabby recall the moment via the clip below.
Union suggested Ayesha and Stephen both have fun by having other sex partners.
” ‘You should just break up now and have sex with other people.’ I used different language but is that not what I told y’all both?” Union said.
“You looked at me and said, ‘How old are you?…Okay,” Ayesha replied, to which Gabrille said, “Precisely because I was a thot.”
“I apologize on behalf of the Wade family. That’s not who we are anymore,” Wade added.
I truly mess with @StephenCurry30 & @ayeshacurry I've known them for over a decade and they are consistently kind,cool & supportive when no one is looking. I that convo we were having about faith & moving the culture forward. https://twitter.com/hollyrpeete/status/1253867349288972290 …Holly Robinson Peete ✔@hollyrpeeteReplying to @itsgabrielleu @DwyaneWade
The clip of the conversation ended with Gabrielle praising Steph and Ayesha for keeping it real.
“There are very, very few people I’ve met who have been consistent. I mean, I’ve known you guys for well over a decade. 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. When people are like, ‘Are they real? Are they really…?’ 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,” said Union.
“I wish more people understood that it is possible to be people of faith and also wanting to move the culture forward,” she added