Severally, many celebrities have shared unwanted comments about Zaya, who happens to be the daughter of Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union. This has made the headlines a lot of times and fans have often expressed their disdain with these comments or supposed mistakes made by celebrities. Recently, Serayah McNeill, one of the star actresses of the ongoing series titled Empire made an unwanted about Zaya and the internet could not take it anymore. The singer and actress has had fans in her business for days since the remark. The actress may not have saw it coming but she is on the receiving end of total backlash from fans and non-fans. Zaya Wade, recently revealed to the world that she is a transgender and her parents are very supportive of her decision. However, there are some celebrities who have a problem with it.
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Clippers, T. Her presence is so fierce that she goes by one name: Serayah last name McNeill, if you must. Gray should have wifed up, and made music with for life. Alas, he chose wrong last season, and Serayah — who plays the mononymous, Rihanna-esque Tiana — is thriving. I am more of a Snapper. I just feel like Snapchat is very personal and I can connect through real-life moments with my fans.
Photo Credit: Rowan Daly. The Golden Globe-winning series, which revolves around the family who owns the fictional hip hop and entertainment company Empire Entertainment, was abruptly ended two episodes early because the coronavirus lockdowns prevented filming, giving many fans—as well as cast members—a lack of resolution. While COVID may have halted operations on the hit series, it succeeded in bringing the cast closer, says star Serayah McNeill, who plays recording artist Tiana Brown, who notes that she checks in with most of her cast members in some way several times a week, be it by text or social media. Which maybe—just maybe—is a sign that something good can come of the current darkness.
Skip navigation! Story from Music. In , the year-old recording artist dropped her debut EP, Addicted. I just need to keep a clear head. We caught up with Serayah about her new music, self-care, and keeping your cool amid trying times.