Gabrielle Union Reacts as Lil Boosie's Under Fire for Criticizing Dwyane Wade's Transgender Daughter
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The former 'America's Got Talent' host seems to agree with a Twitter user who basically tells Boosie to shut up after the rapper said Zaya is too young to undergo gender transition.

AceShowbiz - Gabrielle Union isn't here for Lil Boosie's negative comment on her family. The "Bring It On" star has quietly clapped back at the rapper after he shared his thoughts on Dwyane Wade's transgender daughter Zaya, believing that she's too young to make such decision.

After Boosie's comment went viral and earned him backlash, Gabrielle has let her feelings be known by liking a tweet by BuzzFeed writer Sylvia Obell. The said tweet read, "I wish y'all would keep the lid closed on Boosie's trash a** Instagram. It stinks in here every time someone opens it."

The former "America's Got Talent" judge and her husband Dwyane have not directly addressed Boosie's comment.

Earlier on Tuesday, February 18, the hip-hop star, who is also known as Boosie Badazz, said in a video message that the former professional basketball player had "gone too f**king far" by letting his 12-year-old child come out as a transgender girl.

"That is a male. A 12-year-old. At 12, they don't even know what they next meal gon' be. They don't have s**t figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his dick be gone - how he gon' - like, bruh, you going too far, dawg," Boosie said in the clip.

"If he gay, let him be gay," the 37-year-old rapper added. "Don't address him as a woman, dawg. He's 12-years-old. dawg. He's - he's not there yet. He hasn't made his final decisions yet. Don't cut his f**kin d**k off, Dwyane Wade, bruh. You f**kin' trippin', dawg. You trippin' dawg."

NBA player Nick Young agreed with Boosie. The former Los Angeles Lakers star commented on Instagram, "If he still wanna do it at 18 or 21 then you let him [but] not at 12."

Dwyane revealed his daughter's transgender identity on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" earlier this month, but he said the kid had identified herself as a girl since she was only 3. "She's known it for nine years, since she was 3 years old," he shared on "Good Morning America".

Zaya's story will be featured in Dwyane's ESPN documentary "D. Wade: Life Unexpected" set to air on Sunday, February 23.

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