Gabrielle Union had a surprising encounter on Tuesday when she ordered an Uber to take her back to her house.
The 47-year-old actress arrived at home, only to find out that her driver needed to use her bathroom for an extended visit.
Gabrielle joked about the run-in with her 4.2 million Twitter followers.
‘Trying to be responsible & use UBER & our driver asked to use our bathroom 15-20 min later,’ she wrote, adding a nauseated emoji.
Her worst fears were apparently confirmed: ‘Dude dropped a deuce.
‘Im pleased we clearly have a home & available reading material that screams “Come in, get comfortable and drop the kids off at the pool” Welcome to 2020 folks.’
Though she thought the detour was funny, it doesn’t seem to have fazed her much.
It also didn’t seem to affect her New Year’s Eve plans in any fashion.
Rather than going out to party, the Bring It On star and her husband Dwyane Wade invited guests over for a raucous celebration at their home in Los Angeles.
She posted a video of Dwyane rocking out and singing along to the music while she’ll dance freely in the background.
Gabrielle recently returned from an end-of-the-year vacation to Maui, Hawaii.
She and Dwyane brought along their adorable one-year-old daughter Kaavia, and the whole family posed in a photo against the Pacific Ocean.
The welcomed their daughter in 2018 via a surrogate. She was the first child for Gabrielle and the fourth for Dwyane.
The actress has been vocal about her struggles with conceiving in her book We’re Going To Need More Wine back in 2017.
In her memoir, she revealed she had ‘eight or nine miscarriages.’
Also joining the family was his son Zion, 12, from his previous marriage to his high school girlfriend Siohvaughn Funches.
Dwyane also has an older son, Zaire, 17, from the same union, as well as a son, Xavier, six, from another relationship.
Gabrielle began dating the Miami Heat player in 2009, and they tied the knot in 2014.
A report in Variety cited multiple sources on set who said she complained about racist behavior and a ‘toxic’ work culture on the talent competition.
So far, she hasn’t directly addressed the situation, only hinting at it.
She revived the issue in mid-December when Orlando Jones claimed he was fired from the fantasy–drama American Gods for racist reasons.