Dwyane Wade (left) said the Republican candidate's message after the slaying of Nykea Aldridge (right) left a 'bad taste' in his mouth and he did not want his family being used for political gain
NBA star has spoken out for first time since Nykea Aldridge was killed
Said he was greatful Trump 'started the conversation' with his post
However he was also concerned with what his family is going through
His first cousin was inadvertently gunned down in gang crossfire
A day after the shooting, the Republican candidate responded to shooting
He wrote on Twitter: 'Just what I have been saying. African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!'
Aldridge, 32, was walking from Dulles School when two men approached another man and opened fire