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When Dwyane Wade Warned Jimmy Butler After He Commented On Gabrielle Union’s IG Post: “Put Well Damn In Caps On My Wife’s Photo Again & You’re Gonna See What The Good, The Bad, & Ugly Is Like.”

When Dwyane Wade Warned Jimmy Butler After He Commented On Gabrielle Union’s IG Post: “Put Well Damn In Caps On My Wife’s Photo Again & You’re Gonna See What The Good, The Bad, & Ugly Is Like.”

Ever since joining the Miami Heat, Jimmy Butler has earned the respect of most NBA fans and sports pundits with his amazing performances. With Butler at the helm, the Heat have become one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.

Additionally, they are a prime contender to clinch the first spot in the East. While as of now, Butler is a well-respected athlete among his peers, a few years ago that might not have been the case.

Today, our focus is not on the on-court and locker room issues surrounding Butler, but on something that he did off the court. No, we are not going to talk about the rumors around Butler and Rachel Nichols.

Instead, our focus is on back in 2018, when Dwyane Wade's wife, Gabrielle Union, posted an image of herself on her Instagram account.

Upon seeing that Jimmy tried to make a move on her with a two-word comment. Butler commented, "Well damn" on Union's IG post.

Whether Butler really tried to make a move on Union or not, we cannot confirm that. But what we can tell is that Dwyane Wade surely took offense to Butler's alleged advances. Following the incident, Wade went to one of Butler's IG post's comments section and issued a warning to him.

"Put well damn in caps on my wife photo again and you’re gonna see what the good, the bad, and the ugly is like."

Jimmy immediately apologized for his actions by saying, "Well that escalated quickly. Point noted. I’m still coming to the barbeque tho."

You can view the comments in the Instagram post attached above by swiping left on it.

Four years have passed since the incident, so we highly doubt that D-Wade is still angry at Butler for his actions. As for Butler, he was taught a lesson by the former Miami Heat legend.