He’s been in headlines lately after publicly sharing that his 12-year-old was now transitioning to be a girl and wants to be called Zaya, but Dwayne Wade isn’t fazed. There has been some backlash from the public, including the likes of rapper Boosie Badazz who openly disagreed with the Wades supporting Zaya’s decision. The retired NBA star isn’t worried about what the outside world thinks of him or his family, and the Wades continue to celebrate together.
In the thick of his controversy, Dwyane Wade steps forward to show off his new latest creative outlet: rapping. Rick Ross shared his single “Season Ticket Holder” on Friday (February 21), a track that features Wade, Raphael Saadiq, and UD. Wade only drops a verse on the track, but in a recent interview with Good Morning America, it’s something that Wade has been wanting to do for some time. Give it a listen and let us know if he has a promising rap career ahead of him.