Gabrielle Union Turns Head In Stunning Black Bathing Suit Photos While Celebrating All That Is Rich And Beautiful About Little Haiti
Gabrielle Union is more than ready for bikini season. The filmmaker and activist recently took to social media, where she shared a few dazzling photos of herself in a black bandeau bikini.
Gabrielle happily flaunted her toned body in the viral Instagram post, where she celebrated her inner peace. The 47-year-old wife of Dwyane Wade also showed off her toned abs in the stunning two-piece.
She captioned the photos: "Peace Of Mind."
Gabrielle has been very busy promoting her new Summer 2020 NY& Co. Collection that was inspired by Little Haiti.
She spoke about the collection by saying: "Fashion, like any art form, can tell the story of a culture's rich history. When given the opportunity to artistically direct this @nyandcompany campaign, I immediately knew I wanted to highlight the beauty within the Black community. Once we landed on shooting in Miami, I knew Little Haiti was the place. We shot the campaign during Super Bowl weekend. The energy and passion that resonates within this community is palpable, and I wanted to create a collection that exuded the rich history and some of the many qualities — strength, vibrancy, and beauty. It's important to me to celebrate our community, and the love and inspiration that stems from it, and this collection is a nod to that. 🎶 @kanis"
Gabrielle has been fighting against racism and calling out NBC.
She recently said: "The Amy Cooper/Central Park situation happened on the same day as George Floyd lost his life, and you realize how far anti-Blackness and the weaponization of whiteness—how far it can go," she said, as the Los Angeles Times reports. "We saw what happened in that park that day. Amy Cooper did not believe that the rules and laws applied to her, and she believed that, in her wrongness, she would be able to weaponize the police against the Black man—she just happened to choose the wrong Black man. And in that same vein, you see how anti-Blackness and profiling led to George Floyd's death."
She continued: "They were like, 'We're going to commission this independent investigation.' Well, silly me. I thought independent was independent, but when NBC and Fremantle and Syco pay for that investigation, they control it."
The Being Mary Jane star concluded with: "They turn over what they believe to be inflammatory things, or things that are not advantageous to me, over to the head of NBC, Paul Telegdy, who uses those things that he thinks are smoking guns to shoot down my claims," she continued, as Entertainment Tonight reports. "He then threatens my agent, 'Gabrielle better watch who she calls a racist,' in the middle of an investigation about racism and discrimination. This is what's happening from the top of the company."
Dwyane Wade's wife seems to be winning.