Skip to main content

Dwyane Wade's goal in life was “to have sex with as many women as possible”


Dwyane Wade is a first-ballot Hall-of-Famer, NBA champion, and successful businessman, but it's possible he was a different person more than a decade ago. If we are to believe his ex-business partner, The Flash had himself a blast setting up wild parties in Miami.

The life of a bachelor

Wade’s ex-business partner, Richard Von Houtman, claimed The Flash had marijuana-filled sex parties in 2007, which suprised him. Richard stated that he allowed the Miami Heat star to rent a $1.7 million, two-story condo in the Spear Building on Miami Beach. The condo was used as an office for Wade Global Enterprises, but extra-curricular activities outside the agreed terms apparently happened. 

He and his friends are just a bunch of idiots. I mean, I’m in Chicago at a charity party in 2007, and weed is being passed around and Wade takes a hit. In front of everybody. There were always dozens of people in there. Rappers, Dwyane and his entourage, women they’d pick up in clubs.

“They (Wade and Andrews) both made it clear to me how their goal in life is to have sex with as many women as possible.”

Richard Von Houtman, Deadspin

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

Von Houtman was referring to Wade’s childhood friend Marcus Andrews. If you were wondering how does Gabrielle Union fits into all of this, the timeline keeps D-Wade out of trouble. Wade and wife Gabrielle Union met in 2007 but started dating in 2008.

A 25-year-old millionaire athlete wanted to have sex with a lot of women? Sounds like almost any other 25 year old on Earth, apart from the fact Wade had a much better chance to achieve that goal than most people.

With a grain of salt 

Wade’s publicist already said that the allegations were nothing but a work of fiction. As an ex-business partner, it’s also doubtful if Von Houtman was telling the truth or deliberately tarnishing Wade’s reputation. Several stories were published linking Von Houtman to the divorce proceedings of Wade and Union back when their marriage was on the rocks. He allegedly wanted to present Wade as a wife-beater but never showed substantial evidence for the serious claim.

Meanwhile, the 13-time All-Star’s marijuana use could be true. He has invested in a cannabis business in 2021 and even got caught smoking what looked like a joint during his birthday celebration with close pals Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James.

We always talk about the fact LeBron and his generation basically had scandal-free careers off the court. Whether this story is true or not, everyone understands they didn’t spend their free time playing chess and reading books about gardening. They were smart enough to keep it in controlled environments and never cross a line that would create a scandal.

P.S. Hey NBA, can we drop the act and just say marijuana is no longer a forbidden substance?

Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso

“The NBA told me I couldn’t” — Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso wasn't allowed to switch jersey number

Caruso wanted to honor Bill Russell, but the NBA had a surprising reason not to allow the switch.

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James and assistant coach Phil Handy

“This man doesn’t work hard all the time” - Lebron James’ work ethic was once questioned by an assistant coach

Phil Handy initially thought LeBron James didn't give his full effort all the time until he witnessed Zero Dark Thirty 23 in the playoffs.

Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka talks with forward Jayson Tatum

"S**t, on Twitter, like everybody else." — Jayson Tatum on how he found out about Ime Udoka's suspension

Tatum, who mentioned that he developed a close bond with Udoka, also revealed that he hasn't spoken to his head coach since the suspension was reported.

USA guard Kobe Bryant, Spain forward Pau Gasol

Kobe Bryant ran through Pau Gasol’s chest just to send a message

Kobe Bryant wanted to set the tone from the first play, and it didn't matter if he had to pin down a close friend.

Milwaukee Bucks forward Khris Middleton, guard Jrue Holiday, and forward Giannis Antetokounmpo

Three Milwaukee Bucks players on ESPN Top-100 list

Despite popular opinion, Jrue Holiday was ranked higher than Khris Middleton.