Who is Ayesha Curry? Wife of NBA Superstar, Stephen Curry. And that’s it. She’s not a motivational speaker. She’s not a model, an actress, a singer – she’s nobody. A basketball player’s wife. But, don’t tell her that, she doesn’t want to be classified with those over-the-top reality television folks – she’s different.
Is she really though?
In December of 2015, Ayesha Curry took a shot at all the Instagram “models” out there who bring so much joy to men all over the world: “Everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters . . .I’ll take classy over trendy any day of the week. . .You guys definitely entertain me that’s for sure.”
Let’s not forget who these Instagram “models” really are? Escorts/Strippers – looking for ways to use their talents to build a brand; others are struggling actresses/singers – looking for a hook-up and banking on that hook-up with their looks; and others are just girls out to get paid, by any means necessary (play on playa). Ayesha Curry should know that if it wasn’t for lucky circumstances she might’ve been right with these ladies. Ayesha was an actress when younger but stopped getting calls early in her “career” and she netted a young-Steph Curry, got wifed-up – end of story.
These women out here are trying to get what she has – that comfortable lifestyle with an NBA player – so they can live the life of luxury and push “their brand.” Ayesha has an issue with this though – this bothers her enough to a point that she has to make it vocal and throw shade to all the women that make Instagram entertaining for us men. . .
Social media and every loser who uses the hashtag “relationship goals” have put the marriage of Steph and Ayesha Curry high on their list of “vicarious living.” On Twitter and Instagram, you’ve surely seen the memes with people saying things like: “You can keep Kim Kardashian, I’ll take Ayesha Curry.” No you wouldn’t – just stop it. Kim Kardashian pays off a $53 million dollar debt for her man, and will do whatever-it-takes to keep herself looking fine for the rest of her life. Ayesha Curry is a wife of a ball-player. . . and her fore-head seems to get bigger and bigger as time passes. . .
After game six of the NBA Finals, where Stephen Curry and the Warriors got bullied by the Cavs, Ayesha thought her words meant something to the rest of the world again as she tweeted out: “I’ve lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money… or ratings, I’m not sure which. I won’t be silent. Just saw it live, sorry.” This tweet paired up really well with her husband fouling out, throwing a temper tantrum on the court and throwing his mouth-piece into the crowd. This couple’s “spoiled brat” personalities came out boldly after game six. You think Ayesha Curry thought the league was “rigged” when the Warriors came back from being down three games to one in the Western Conference Finals against Oklahoma City? Of course not. The brat got what she wanted in the end so she didn’t have to pout about it. . .
You ever knew a girl, who walks into a bar with her boyfriend. Gets drunk. Starts trouble with people in the bar, which ultimately gets her boyfriend beat up? That’s your girl, Ayesha. . . Her saying that game 6 is rigged will probably do nothing more than anger an already pissed off LeBron James and send her husband home crying with no more hardware to boast about. . .
But this isn’t even about game seven of the NBA Finals.
This is about Ayesha Curry.
The nobody, who thinks she’s somebody because of who her husband is. . . for someone that people have called a “role-model” or an “inspiration” – she kind of just acts like the worst girl you ever met in high school.
It’s just funny what people will turn a blind eye to, or make excuses for in society. The Curry’s are now the NBA’s Royal Family and people want to see it that way, because they have no belief in themselves to be as happy as they portray.
When Ayesha Curry “the celebrity” became a thing, she forgot something along the way. We only know her because of who she married, not who she is. Her “celebrity” title is one that should be decorated with an asterisk.
For more on the “Curry-family-brand”, check out this article by Rosalyn R. Ross of The Sports Fan Journal “A Not-So Charmed Life”