Stephen Curry Defends Ayesha Following Her Comments On Red Table Talk
Reported first by Us Weekly, the outlet claims Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry are standing up for each other, despite social media pressure following the latter's comments on what it's like to be married to an NBA star while simultaneously aging.
Ayesha recently came out for an interview on Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk and stated that she felt insecure about the amount of attention her man receives from women, coupled with the fact she hardly gets noticed anymore. In defense of his lady, Stephen had a message for Ayesha later on.
The 31-year-old took to his social media earlier and said, "proud of you for being authentic and putting yourself out there." The basketball player said on his Instagram account that he was proud of the way Ayesha has handled the vitriol.
On the 6th of May, Monday, Ayesha took some heat online for saying she felt bad about the fact she no longer gets attention from men, whereas Stephen gets more than he needs.
Speaking with Jada Pinkett-Smith, Ayesha was more than honest about her romance with the basketball player for the Golden State Warriors. Ayesha said she feels bad about never receiving any attention ever since she had her three children with Stephen.
Ayesha said it would be nice to know that "at least someone's looking." For whatever reason, Curry began receiving an onslaught of social media comments suggesting she is ungrateful and jealous of her husband's success.
In response, Ayesha took to her Instagram to say she isn't afraid to speak about her life and that it brings her a lot of joy to be vulnerable sometimes and get to know herself as a person. As you may know, Stephen and Ayesha started dating when they were teenagers. They got married in 2011.
They have three kids together, Canon, Ryan, and Riley, who are 10 months old, 3-years-old, and 6-years-old, respectively.