Gabrielle Union has fans excited with a video that she shared on her social media account. Check it out below.
‘Y’all didn’t know I was a truck person, did you? Check me out in the new #FordMaverick @ford #fordpartner,’ Gabrielle said.
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Someone posted this: ‘Great ..now I can unsubscribe from Mrs Wade’s page,’ and a commenter said: ‘Let’s go! These are going to be a game changer! 🔥🙌’
One fan posted: ‘@gabunion So is it bigger than a Ranger 🤔’ and someone else said: ‘@mancane_ one day being the brain behind such campaigns.’
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Someone else said: ‘Can I partner up with you and be a model for some of your clothes?’
A fan said: ‘I always knew I needed a truck…just didn’t have the money 💸 for it …I Love this one and I am coming to get! Paid In FULL!!!’ and someone else posted this: ‘Hello, good morning, it is a nice vehicle. I would like to work in your company. I am an automotive mechanic. 🔧🔧🚙🚙’
Gabrielle Union is twinning with Kaavia James in this cute outfit. Check out the latest photo session that the proud mom dropped on her social media account.
Someone said: ‘She look like her big sister 😍’ and one other follower posted this message: ‘Listen y’all better let that baby know she got an Aunty Tab that she can come spend days with LOL oh and you cute too sis @gabunion 😂’
Also, Gabrielle Union just praised a model, filmmaker and actress – check out the post that she dropped on her social media account below.
‘Today’s #WCW is the glowing actress, model, filmmaker, and LGBTQ+ activist Jari Jones! Jari was not only featured as one of the 9 models for Calvin Klein’s Pride campaign last year, but was also the first Black trans woman to have a film she produced competing in the Cannes Film Festival. Jari is unapologetically herself, which is why she is her voice and passion are an essential piece to the discussions around Black Lives Matter and queer rights,’ Gaby wrote.