- American actress Gabrielle Union was happy to be among a group of happy mums participating in viral Fruit Snack Challenge
- The actress expected her daughter to also exercise patience and eat her snacks once mummy gave her the go-ahead
- But Gabrielle's experiment was an epic fail! Her daughter Kaavia dug in as soon as Gabrielle left the room and it was simply hilarious
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Lol! Over the past two weeks, celebrities have attempted to test their children’s patience through a viral challenge on social media dubbed Fruit Snack Challenge.
Basically, mums place delicious snacks on the table right next to their kids then tell the little ones not to touch them till mummy returns.
While some kids like Stormi Webster were able to move with caution and prevent themselves from eating their snacks before their mums returned, others were not ready to exercise restraint.
Former Being Mary Jane star Gabrielle Union joined the bandwagon but her kid sent her into laughter even before the challenge was over.
Her one-year-old princess Kaavia James was placed in a chair and asked not to touch her snacks until Gabrielle returned to the room.
The actress left with high hopes that her child would also be among the few who sat and waited till they were given permission to munch on their snacks.
As soon as she turned her back on Kaavia, the thespian’s daughter stepped down from her chair, walked towards the table and picked a handful of the sweet goodies.
Gabrielle was in the other room inquiring whether her kid was still seated.
When the mum walked in the room, she found the girl snacking and that made her laugh. She had no choice but to ask Kaavia to go ahead and eat to her fill.
“Kaavia are you waiting? Are you patient? Wait… did you eat the bitsys? Kaav?” Gabrielle reacted when she found her daughter chewing on something.
Gnabrielle and her husband Dywane Wade made headlines when their son transitioned into a girl.
The couple supported their child and hit out at anyone who tried to badmouth the young one.
They even raised awareness about transgender people and urged parents to be more understanding.
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