Gabrielle Union Drops An Important Message About Her Shady Baby

Gabrielle Union Drops An Important Message About Her Shady Baby
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Gabrielle Union posted a message about her daughter, aka the shady baby. Check out her post below.

'THANK YOU!!!! #ShadyBaby made the New York Times Best Seller List!!!! Thank you to everyone who bought the book, supported the book, supported our family and took the time to give good reviews! We are SO GRATEFUL!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!! #ShadyNation showed up and showed OUT!!! 📚🤗' Gaby captioned her post.

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Someone said: 'Kaavia is better than everyone but you DO KNOW this isn’t her first time here. Kaavia already been here before 🤣🤣🤣 we stan forever.'

Toya Johnson said: 'Congratulations! @reign_beaux loves this book! 💕💕' and a follower posted this: 'Shady baby ain’t playing getting to the bag early 👏'

Someone else said: 'I LOVE THIS!! We live for Kaavia!! This is amazing 👏🏾😍' and someone else said: 'SO AMAZING! Congrats babe- Shady Toddler next? Shady pre-schooler?'

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A fan said: 'Congratulations to you and your family ❤️❤️'

In other news, Gabrielle Union   just praised Kristen Clarke. Check out the message that she shared on her social media account.

'Today’s #WCW is making history 🙌🏾, @kristenclarke. Just yesterday, the Senate confirmed her to lead the Civil Rights division of the Justice Department — making her the first woman AND the first Black woman to hold this post. She has put in the WORK to get where she is today, and has fought hard for justice her whole career,' Gabrielle wrote in her post.

''She previously led the Civil Rights Bureau at the New York attorney general’s office, and was also head of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Vice President Kamala Harris described her best just yesterday when swearing her in, as "a tireless champion of equal justice.” Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there.'


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