Gabrielle Union's Latest Photo Of Baby Kaavia Has Fans Smiling - The Mom Sends A Strong Message

Gabrielle Union's Latest Photo Of Baby Kaavia Has Fans Smiling - The Mom Sends A Strong Message
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Gabrielle Union posted a photo on her social media account in which her baby girl, Kaavia is holding a camera in her hands. On the other hand, the message that Gabrielle shared on IG is a really strong one, and fans are linking it with the latest tragic events involving George Floyd.

Check out the photo that she shared below.

'Document everything. Sometimes the truth ain't enough. Protect each other. Keep fighting,' Gabrielle captioned her post.

Someone said: 'We cooperate, we die. We run, we die. We fight back, we die. We beg, we die. We lie down, we die. We put our hands up, we die. We mind our business, we die. We’re unarmed, we die. We’re detained, we die. Tell us, what the HELL are we suppose to do to keep the cops from killing us? #icantbreathe #GeorgeFloyd.'

A commenter wrote: 'Amen! Keep your cell phone's battery on 100%! You never know when you will need to film something! #DamnShame.'

Someone else posted: 'We must protect each other! It definitely takes a VILLAGE,' and one other follower said: 'My family looks at me crazy because I record everything.. And this is exactly why!!!! Black Lives Matter.'

A follower said: 'Awww look at that gorgeous little doll without a grimace on her face,' and a follower said: 'Who didn’t think the results of an investigation would be different, you’re so smart & talented love your work long time 💖 keep shining.....💖 #fanlove.'

Someone else said: 'This is so true! It’s sad that we live in a world we’re the only option is to film for a light to be shed on how our people are being treated. And even with things being caught on camera, we still don’t get justice for our loved ones.'

A fan posted: 'That's right sweetie... You're being taught correctly at a young age.'

Not too long ago, Gabrielle showed some love to Diddy by promoting the Ciroc vodka .

As you probably know by now, back in 2007, Diageo inked a marketing deal with Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs, to push Ciroc an ‘ultra-premium’ vodka.

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