Dwayne Wade Speaks On Divorce

Dwayne Wade recently spoke out finally about his impending divorce with grade school sweetheart Siohvaughn Funches.

When asked about the situation, Wade stated, "I keep my personal life my personal life,” Wade said. “You try to keep it as private as you can. When things leak out, it’s not always the truth. Some is. All you can do is continue being who you are. A lot of things have come out about me, and people are going to think what they want to think. But at the end of the day, no one knows what’s happened in my life to get to the point where me and my wife, our family, not being together.”

Wade and Funches have two children, and the divorce in which we speak of, actually began shortly after their second son was born right around the time when the NBA season kicked off last year. Other than what he just stated, he hasn't said much more about their relationship. I can definitely respect that! Divorce isn't easy I'm sure, especially when there are children involved.


whitey said...

to be honest i think people should just leave the man alone, its his life and he cant tell his heart who to love. he's tryna do the right thing by all, and the media is just making it worse. Dwade 4 mvp 09

Marie Hollywood said...

Here is some advice from experience and wisdom of 15yr marriage/relationship. Marriage is about staying together thru the bad times, keeping everyone outside of it. The joining of a marriage is between Man, Woman & God. Don't forget it and pray together as a family and as One. NOTHING IS EVER 2 & GIVE A 100%. People take each other for granted. My husband died in my arms and appreciate the bad times. Because it made us strong together and told me that our marriage can handle anything. Including death to we parted. Our marriage problems extended from cheating on one another, physical fights, family interference, children involvement, financial, bad communications to health issues. We with stood it all and still remained together. Because we took time to express to each other our feelings, dislikes and poured our hearts out of the love we had and have. The final questions was, "Do we love each so much that the problems were no match in keeping us apart?" If you can forgive each other and communicate sincerely. Then it is worth staying together. Marriage is not about keeping it rosy. It is about keeping it together regardless. The other question, "Can we forgive one another for all the things we did to each other. Knowing that we are one in the eyes of God. Read the Book of Corinthians II, it educates us on marriage. Do this together. Thanks for reading.