Gabrielle Union shared a poignant message about the death of George Floyd as she posted a photo of her daughter holding a camera in her hands.
The tragic death of George Floyd has made shock waves around the country. As celebrities use their platform to raise awareness about police brutality, Gabrielle Union shared a poignant message and wrote:
"Document everything. Sometimes the truth ain't enough. Protect each other. Keep fighting."
Along with her message, she posted a very telling photo of her daughter, Kaavia James Wade, holding up a camera that Gabrielle Union also helped to support with her hands.
The cryptic comment comes days after George was filmed by a teenager when he was arrested by a police officer, whose force during the arrest led to his death.
Her fans and celebrity friend praised Gabrielle for the bold message. One commenter said, "We must protect each other! It definitely takes a VILLAGE!!"
Other fans couldn't get their attention off of Kaavia. "Awww look at that gorgeous little doll without a grimace on her face," gushed a fan. Another fan said she looked like her father, Dwyane Wade.
Kaavia is the kind of two-year-old who isn't shy of the camera when the lens is pointed at her. In an interview withE!
Gabrielle revealed that her daughter loves looking at the artwork of herself on the cover of her book, shesaid
"She loves looking at the back of it, which is actually her! So, she's already very Hollywood. She's like, 'Oh, me! This is amazing."
Gabrielle is currently promoting the release of his first children's book titled "Welcome to the Party." It was inspired by Kaavia, whom she welcomed via surrogate, she explained:
"I think it says a lot about the changing nature of families and how we celebrate families and how we look at families."
As she embraces motherhood, she recently shared a video of her Kaavia falling the viral "fruit snack challenge" on Instagram.
In the hilarious clip, the toddler didn't take time to grab for her bowl of snacks after she had been instructed to wait before eating them.