Dwyane Wade’s son, Zaire Wade, is not happy about the things revealed in IMDB’s latest docuseries, Top Class. The young athlete took to social media to share a direct message about his last season playing for Sierra Canyon’s basketball team after watching the series this past weekend.
“Just watched the full Sierra doc,” Zaire shared with his social media fans. “Everything in life is a learning lesson,” Wade wrote online. “Everything is a war,” he added. “Everything won’t go as planned.”
Zaire Wade was not given as much playing time near the end of his basketball career at Sierra Canyon. Some took the actions of the team’s coach to be a matter of pure professionalism. Sierra Canyon’s coach, according to such people, had Zaire sit out to give a fair amount of opportunity to other team members.
Dwyane Wade and his son, however, believed the coach’s motivation to be more personal. Dwyane even told the press that he would not be in attendance at Sierra Canyon’s CIF championship game because of his feelings about the team’s coach.
“I will not be there,” the celebrity father declared. “My son ain’t playing and I don’t want to do nothing to the coach,” Dwyane continued. “So, I won’t be there. I won’t be there, but I’ll be rooting for the kids.”
Zaire did not share the exact sentiments as his father this past weekend. The young athlete did, however, send a message to his former school after watching Top Class.
“Every situation will make you better if you flip your perspective,” Zaire said in his post. “To all my teammates, I love y’all,” the basketball player exclaimed. “[Thank you for] keeping me sane and mentally stable throughout the year,” Zaire added. “As for Sierra Canyon … Thank you,” the young athlete wrote online. “You woke up a killa.”
Zaire Wade is Dwyane Wade’s oldest child. Dwyane also has four kids – Zaire, Zaya, Kaavia, and Xavier – in all.
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