Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Share Photos from Their Maui Vacation Amid AGT Drama

Olowokandi Fiyin
Dec 25, 2019
01:40 A.M.
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Celebrity Couple, Gabrielle Union and

Dwyane Wade

looked adorbs in refreshing photos taken from their Hawaiian "baecation."

Shortly after going through the drama of "America's Got Talent," former judge Gabrielle Union showed off pleasants snapshots showing she and her hubby living their best lives on vacation.

Dwyane Wade (L) and Gabrielle Union (R) pose together at the Wright Legacy Foundation skate night at World | Photo: Getty Images


With the location saying "Maui," Union shared on Instagram, a two-photo post of she and Wade basking in the sunset at a beachside.

The lovers gave off a romantic aura as they were wrapped in a warm cuddle.

Their captured silhouettes accentuated the romantic atmosphere as they smiled at each other. Gabrielle simply captioned:

"Sunset in Paradise."


Playing back to the "AGT" saga, HOLLYWOODLIFE reports that Union was abruptly removed from being a judge on the show due to her alleged complaints about racism and a toxic working condition. 

Her ever supportive partner had stood up to critics at the time as he defended his wife by sharing a tweet on his page.


According to POP CULTURE, the couple's Hawaiian trip comes at a much needed time as the family has not had a getaway after the NBA alum's retirement.

Since being on the trip, the lovers, share sneak peeks of their vacation with fans on Instagram, as several pleasant snapshots have appeared on the timelines.


Their Little daughter, Kaavia James, is not left out as photos of her are also shared on her Instagram page.

HOLLYWOOD LIFE further gathers that while on AGT, Gabrielle Union judged the show alongside Heidi Klum and Melaine Brown.


And according to VARIETY, the franchise fired Union after she expressed her worries of a "toxic culture," which took place on set.

The publication gathered from reliable sources that Gabrielle Union actively shunned racism on the show. She was also criticized for wearing hairstyles termed "too black."

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union attend the HollyRod Foundation's 21st Annual DesignCare Gala | Photo: Getty Images

However, NBC came out to say that "America's Got Talent," upheld inclusivity and diversity.