Gabrielle Union turns heads in '90s-style yellow top & Adidas shorts in recent photos
Actress and author Gabrielle Union, best known for "Neo Ned" and "Being Mary Jane," took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a sexy 90s outfit.
In the image, the woman was wearing white shoes, green Adidas shorts, a yellow crop top, and a matching Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap. As for the accessories, Union put on a small necklace and big hoop earrings.
For the caption, the actress wrote: “Big Mood. The 90’s reclaimed my soul last night.” As soon as Union uploaded that picture, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
One of them was Instagram user @youngblckwoman, who pointed out that the 45-year-old actress was the definition of “black don’t crack.”
That was not the only photo Union shared showing herself with that outfit as the author uploaded a different picture that portrayed her and her friend, actress and singer Ajiona Alexus, in a club.
Alexus was wearing black boots, blue jeans, a fuchsia top, and a black hat. In the caption, Union thanked NBA star Dorell Wright and his wife, Mia, for throwing an “epic 90’s skate party.”
UNION’S HEALTH ISSUES
In the past, the actress has been outspoken about her problems to conceive, including multiple miscarriages and even trying In Vitro Fertilization. As Madame Noire reported, after several years experienced terrible menstrual cycles and the previously mentioned issues, Union learned that she has a condition called adenomyosis.
According to WebMD, adenomyosis is the condition in which the inner lining of the uterus, also known as the endometrium, breaks through the muscle wall of the uterus, known as the myometrium, causing menstrual cramps, lowers abdominal pressure, and heavy periods.
HER DOCTORS NEVER TREATED HER PROPERLY
Union revealed that every doctor she saw urged her to put her on birth control. However, she figured out that when women are on birth control for anything other than preventing pregnancies, the problem or reproductive issue they were “addressing” was just being masked.
“The pill can mask all kinds of things. It is amazing at preventing pregnancy; not so great with addressing anonymous,” said Union.