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Gabby Says Wade Supposed to Delete Nudes; Won’t Acknowledge Break Baby

Dwyane Wade Gabrielle Union

Ladies, I need you to listen to me.

It doesn’t matter if you guy is old, young, athlete, entertainer, husband, boyfriend, side dude, rich, broke, black, white, short or tall, he isn’t deleting your nudes. They are somewhere, they might not be on his phone but trust me they are somewhere.

That was Gabby’s first mistake thinking Wade deleted her nude photos.

Here is what Gabby had to say about how she thought she was safe from the hacker.

My honeymoon was plagued by thoughts of when I would get hit. It was always in the back of my mind: Will today be the day my life gets ruined? I thought about my family and everyone the scandal would affect — my mom, who teaches classes about Catholicism to kids, and the three boys I had become a stepmother to when I married Dwyane. My husband, meanwhile, would always have to wonder who had seen intimate photos of me that only he was supposed to see.

A photo of me had surfaced online. I clicked on the link and felt a flicker of relief: The picture was not very revealing — my body was covered. It was a flirtatious shot I had sent to Dwyane three years ago. I had zapped it to him and then told him to delete it right away, as he has a habit of losing phones. He deleted it, and so did I.

I knew there would be more to come. I wondered how a photo that was shot and deleted three years ago could be found. Sure enough, later that night, more pictures started popping up, one after another. All of them had been shot and deleted years ago. Yet there they were, online for the world to see. I felt extreme anxiety, a complete loss of control. I suddenly understood that deleting things means nothing. You think it’s gone? It’s not. What is the point of even including a delete function on a phone if it doesn’t really delete? I had deleted the photos from my phone, but apparently they had remained on some server somewhere, unbeknownst to me, where hackers could find them.

I am sure that break baby was a pretty embarrassing for everyone, but there was no essay about that.

She is right and wrong, if you delete your photos properly (it is a long process, but can be done) they will be gone forever. Most people don’t understand how the process of how that works. I am sure she and by extension D Wade know now.

H/T Cosmo