Gabrielle Union shared another message targeting an important and special lady – this time, it’s for Aliyah Boston. Check out the message that she shared on her social media account below.
‘Today’s #WCW is a woman whose passion is inspiring to so many. @aliyah.boston is one of the players on the University of South Carolina’s women’s basketball team. Most recently, Aliyah was named First-Team All-American by the Associated Press and given her stats for the season, it’s definitely well deserved!’ Gabrielle began her message from her.
She continued and said: ‘This superstar averaged 16.8 points, 12.0 rebounds, and set a new record for consecutive games with a double-double. Aliyah’s passion for the sport kept her motivated through the offseason as she made sure to perfect her position for the upcoming games. Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there.’
Lots of fans praised this lady as well, but there were also people who had other important messages for Gabrielle.
Someone said: ‘Gabrielle! You can help Ukraine! A journalist from the Fox News channel was injured and an American journalist operator was killed by the Russian army. This is the war in Ukraine with Russian invasion.
Please stop these innocent deaths. You and your followers can demand the authorities for actions to #closethesky over Ukraine! People is a big power, together we can stop the war, we can #StopPutin
Not too long ago, we revealed that Gabrielle Union praised Denee Benton’s angel voice. Check out her message from her here.
‘Today’s #WCW is breakout star @deneebenton. This beauty can not only act, but also has a voice of an angel. A natural Broadway queen, Denée made her debut in 2016 in “Nastasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.” Most recently though, I’ve been obsessed with her de ella and her de ella character de ella as Peggy Scott in @hbomax @gildedagehbo If you have not watched “The Gilded Age” yet – what are you doing ?! Denée’s talents truly shine in this show and I can’t get enough. Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there,’ Gaby wrote.