Dwyane Wade had to shut down a fellow NBA player after he left a comment under one of his wife’s photos.
Gabrielle Union posted a poolside photo on Instagram from her trip in Italy, where she is with Wade and their family.
Wearing a short-sleeve crop top that bares her stomach and studded bikini bottom, the actress poses as she looks to the right.
USA Today reported that Minnesota Timberwolves’ Jimmy Butler commented, “WELL DAMN!!” on the post.
It did not go unnoticed by Wade, who was once teammates with Butler when they were with the Chicago Bulls.
USA Today reported that he went to Butler’s Instagram page and commented under most recent post, saying, “Put well damn in caps on my wife photo again and you're gonna see what the good, the bad and the ugly is like.”
Butler’s post was a video of him working out on the beach with the caption, “The good, the bad, and the ugly.” He tagged Columbia University basketball player Mike Smith in his post.
Butler backed down, replying, “Well that escalated quickly. Point noted.. I’m still coming to the BBQ tho.”
The comment is in reference to a caption on a 2016 video of Butler sitting next to Wade while speaking with someone across the court and pointing to his teammate. The caption on the video was “When Your Trying To Hook Up Your Boy With Girls At The Club.”
Union seemed to jokingly respond on Twitter with three pairs of emoji eyes and “Crosses Jimmy off the BBQ list.”
In actuality, Butler said, he was talking about the game.
Currently, Wade is still deciding if he’s playing basketball next season.
“If I’m playing the game of basketball this year, it’ll be in a Miami uniform,” he told ESPN. “If I don't, I'll be living in Miami and somewhere else probably.”
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