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Entertainment Dwyane Wade Opens Up About Mike Tyson Defending His Daughter Against Transphobic Comments

02:40  22 november  2020
02:40  22 november  2020 Source:   etonline.com

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Dwyane Wade 'Appreciate' Mike Tyson Defending My Family During Boosie Interview. Now, Wade is opening up about the incident in a new interview with "Central Ave" As we previously reported, Mike credited his own daughter for convincing him to speak up about the comments when

Dwyane Wade Says Mike Tyson Defending His Family Against Transphobic Comments Was Dwyane Wade spoke out about Mike Tyson ’s support after the fighter defended Wade ’s daughter Wade opened up about his daughter ’s transgender journey during an appearance on The Ellen

Dwyane Wade, Mike Tyson are posing for a picture © Getty Images

Dwyane Wade says he "appreciated" Mike Tyson defending his family. In an interview with Central Ave on Friday, the NBA star opened up about how Tyson spoke up against rapper Boosie Badazz's transphobic comments about Wade's daughter.

"I actually talked to Mike about that early in the pandemic," Wade said. "We had a conversation. I appreciated from a standpoint of, you know, Mike is someone who has never tried to be perfect. He is someone who has learned from this journey of life."

"He’s so smart. He is so educated and knowledgeable about life," he added. "For him to be able to drop that nugget on the world, to me, it was great to hear him say that."

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" Dwyane Wade showing his support for his 12-year-old child Zaya is a game changer for the transgender community. Zaya seems like a remarkable young person who I applaud Gabrielle and Dwyane for really opening up to the world and saying yes I have a transgender child, and although

Dwyane Wade Opens up About Supporting Transgender Daughter Dwyane Wade recently appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' and spoke about his 12-year-old

Tyson called out Boosie during an episode of his Hotboxin’ With Mike Tyson podcast after the rapper made transphobic comments about Zaya earlier this summer. Wade and his wife, Gabrielle Union, introduced Zaya to the world in February.

"I really commented on the Dwyane Wade situation because I got offended because it's a child," Boosie said on the podcast. "That's really why I got offended."

"What happened to you that you think that you’re somebody that can comment on somebody’s life?" Tyson eventually asked, as Boosie tried to defend himself.

Wade said on Friday that he knows everyone has “their own journey towards accepting things.”

"I've never came out and said anything to anybody that feels a certain way about me or someone else in my family and my loved ones,” he said. "They don’t know us. They don’t know our heart. They definitely don’t know Zaya. So, all I do is what my mama say, 'Just pray for them.'"

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Former NBA star Dwyane Wade spoke with Ellen DeGeneres about the moment his daughter Zaya came out to him as transgender. Dwyane Wade talks about daughter identifying as transgender.

Last week, Dwyane Wade appeared on Ellen, where he talked about supporting his 12-year-old's gender identity. He followed it up with this tweet It’s really disappointing to see Young Thug say something so transphobic , especially as he’s someone who has heavily utilised queer identity

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Dwyane Wade 'Appreciated' Mike Tyson Speaking Up About Transphobic Comments Against His Daughter .
"He is someone who has learned from this journey of life," Dwyane Wade said about Mike Tyson Boosie continued and attempted to defend himself, with Tyson eventually asking him, “What happened to you that you think that you’re somebody that can comment on somebody’s life?” On Friday, Wade shared that he understands that everyone has “their own journey towards accepting things.

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