Dwyane Wade's firstborn son Zaire looks smitten with his girlfriend, Jaynell Pittman, in this photo that sees him adorably touching her chin. They look so cute together!
Zaire Wade is in love, and he ain't afraid to show it. The firstborn son of the NBA star Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches, recently shared a PDA-packed photo with his better half.
Taking to Instagram, he called his girlfriend Jaynell Pittman his fine Valentine. The photo saw the lovebirds closing their eyes as Zaire touched his girl's chin with all the love.
Zaire Wade and Dwyane Wade on February 17, 2019 at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. | Source: Getty Images
The couple could not help but smile. Jaynell looked cute in an olive dress with her curly hair tied up in a half updo. She wore big silver hoops and a bracelet to accessorize.
Zaire, too, kept it casual in a white tee and gray shorts. Jaynell took to her Instagram to share more photos from the day that saw them cuddle up to each other.
Jaynell rocked a red tee and black pants with her hair brushed back into a ponytail. Zaire wore a black tee and ripped jeans and tenderly planted a kiss on his girlfriend's cheeks in the first snap.
Dwyane said he wanted his son to enjoy the game before it becomes a business.
The second one saw them locked in an embrace. Zaire held Jaynell's hips as she leaned closer to him, touched either side of his face, and kissed him. So adorable!
Fans can only speculate if they will make it to the altar. When Zaire is not spending time with his girl, he spends time perfecting his shooting mechanics and dunking away on the basketball court.
In a 2017 interview with For The Win, Dwyane said he wanted his son to enjoy the game before it becomes a business. "It's a fine line between them," he added.
In 2020, Zaire announced he would transfer from Sierra Canyon High School to the Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. He could not play much during his time at Sierra Canyon.
During the NBA on TNT, his father said that he would not be attending the school's final game because Zaire was not playing in it. With a change of schools, he hoped to find a solid footing in the basketball world.