On Monday, news broke of Dwyane Wade having fathered a third child with a woman who wasn't his fiancée, Gabrielle Union.
As it is with these kinds of things, the story grew legs and ran rampant all over the place. The next step to something like this: speculation. Who was the woman? Is she, like, totally hot?
People love to be titillated. And so pictures of the possible woman who was now D-Wade's baby mama began to emerge, along with rumors and gossip.
Because, the internet.
— Isaiah Matteosian (@IsaiahCantDance) December 31, 2013
Her name is Sandrina Schultz, and she apparently also had an affair with Lamar Odom last year.
She also infamously alleged that she and Wade partook in orgies that cost the Heat star four grand. Schultz claims to have been Wade's "jumpoff" whenever he visited L.A., and she frequently would visit Miami.
The gossip is also that the two have been carrying on their sexual relationship for years, mainly because she's the one who arranges said orgies.
And now that the baby has been born and exposed everything, Wade decided to patch things up with Union by proposing. So goes the rumor.
Wow, we feel really dirty writing all that. Guh.
You can view more photos of Sandrina Schultz here, if you are so inclined.
WHAT A BIRD BRAIN OMG http://t.co/Q0cgB1g29B
— lovebird (@sacialove) December 31, 2013
UPDATE: TMZ is reporting that Aja Metoyer, and not Sandrina Schultz, is D-Wade's love child baby mamma.
The baby was born in November.
The gossip site says that it has obtained a copy of the child's birth certificate, and that while Dwyane isn't named on the document, the child's name is Xavier Zechariah Wade.
TMZ also says Aja has two other children with Damon Wayans Jr. and that Wade is very much wanting to be a part of Baby Xavier's life.
So, make of that what you will, Internet.
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