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Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union unveil new company

On Tuesday, Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union unveiled their new company. Wade, 39, retired from the NBA following the 2018-19 campaign. Although most players tend to relax after calling it quits, Wade has been extremely busy after retiring from the league. In fact, he is building a superstar resume off the court.
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Dwyane Wade And Gabrielle Union Reveal New Company, Proudly

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union have officially unveiled their new company, Proudly, a company with products for babies and children of color. “Today [Dwyane Wade] and I are announcing our newest baby: PROUDLY,” Union tweeted on her social media page on Tuesday (June 22). “[Proudly] is an everyday baby care line created specifically for melanated skin tones. We are truly diverse and representative and couldn’t be prouder about it. #proudly”
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Gabrielle Union Launches Children’s Skin Care Line ‘Proudly,’ With Husband Dwyane Wade

Actress Gabrielle Union and her husband Dwyane Wade have announced the launch of their new skincare line, “Proudly,” — created with ” melanated skin tones” in mind. “As we continue to work on new endeavors together, our goal is to always center our work around being the change we want to see while championing diversity, equity and inclusion. With Proudly, we’re proud to have a range of products that caters to the unique skin care needs of children of color that are so often overlooked in the mass market,” the couple said in a joint statement.
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Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade to Start Baby Line

A hair care line one year, a baby line the next: Gabrielle Union is starting a baby line with her husband, Dwyane Wade. Called Proudly, the baby care line will focus on a variety of skin care and diaper products and is slated to launch d-to-c later this year, with the goal of distributing more widely in the mass market in 2022. It is being seed funded Initialized Capital and Forerunner Ventures.

Gabrielle Union-Wade Celebrates Hubby Dwyane Wade In Sweet Father’s Day Message: ‘I Thank God Everyday’

Dwyane Wade is definitely in the running for celeb father of the year, and his wife Gabrielle Union-Wade is making sure that everybody knows it! The proud papa has been praised in the media for his delicate parenting skills with his children and especially for his grace and compassion toward his 13-year-old daughter Zaya Wade, who proudly identifies as transgender.
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Dwyane Wade Admits Jazz Star Donovan Mitchell Heavily Influenced His Move to Utah: ‘That’s My Little Brother’

Dwyane Wade played for the Heat for most of his NBA career. Now retired, the 39-year-old spends most of his time in another part of the U.S. Wade bought a minority stake in the Jazz and moved to Utah, a choice the three-time NBA champ thinks is the best thing for his business interests. Wade, of course, talked to wife Gabrielle Union and their kids about moving the family there, but there was also a player on the Jazz who had a big influence on Wade’s decision.
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Dwyane Wade shouts out The Bozo Show in new interview

In a new interview, Chicago-native Dwyane Wade gave a shoutout to The Bozo Show. The former NBA champion was discussing his new show on TBS — The Cube. “I grew up in Chicago with The Bozo Show [on WGN] and I used to watch it before I went to school. I wanted to be on that show because, all you had to do was throw these balls in this bucket and you can change your family’s life?” he told ebony.com.

How Heat legend Dwyane Wade broke into the wine industry

We all know Dwyane Wade as an iconic figure in NBA history. He had a great NBA playing career and is a for sure Hall Of Famer. Although, even with his success as a player, Wade was never satisfied; He has always longed to do more outside of the court.
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LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh Were ‘Caught up in the Moment’ During Their Infamous Heat Welcome Party: ‘We Didn’t Know What Was Going On’

Throughout LeBron James’ tenure on the Miami Heat, he and the Big Three became the villains of the NBA, as fans weren’t too happy with them for teaming up together. However, the one event that possibly rubbed people the wrong way the most was their welcome party in Miami, where James famously said that they weren’t just going to win one championship, and “not two, not three, not four,” and so on.

Chris Bosh On What It Was Like Teaming Up With LeBron James And Dwyane Wade: "We Were Caught Up In The Moment..."

It might seem like an eternity ago, but it wasn't that long ago when LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade were tearing up the league together for the Miami Heat. A lot has changed in the years since, those four years will always remain with those who were a part of that run -- including NBA legend Chris Bosh, who made an appearance on the "Real Ones" podcast to share his experience with the Big Three.
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Ray Allen Surprisingly Includes Kevin Garnett in His Fantasy Lineup Using Only Former Teammates but Excludes LeBron James and Dwyane Wade

Over the course of his 18-year career with the Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle Supersonics, Boston Celtics, and Miami Heat, two-time NBA champion Ray Allen has played alongside some of the all-time greats. And let’s certainly not sell Allen short here as he’s an all-time great in his own right and easily one of the best shooters in NBA history. And, seriously, has there ever been a prettier jumper in the history of forever? Just watch it in slo-mo at the beginning of He Got Game and you’ll see what I mean. But I digress.