During the final moments of game six between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday night, Steph Curry was ejected for tossing his mouthpiece that hit a fan.

Of course, Steph’s wife Ayesha didn’t hold back on Twitter, expressing her frustration with the game’s officials.

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Curry was angry about several fouls that were called against her husband throughout the game. She has since deleted her tweet.

Steve Kerr, The Warriors’ head coach,  said he was happy that Curry expressed his feelings by throwing his mouthpiece, according to ESPN.

“He had every right to be upset. He’s the MVP of the league. He gets six fouls called on him; three of them were absolutely ridiculous,” Kerr said.

 

What could be better than the golden boy losing his cool and his frustrated wife thuggin’ it out on Twitter?

How about “commentary” by Stephen A. Smith!

Smith, a sports journalist and commentator for ESPN’s ‘First Take’ is known for saying exactly what’s on his mind with NO filter.  He received criticism for his comments about Ayesha tweet that the NBA “is absolutely rigged” and comparing her to LeBron James’s wife, Savannah.

 “If that was Savannah, LeBron’s wife. If that were Gloria, LeBron’s mother. What would we be saying?” Smith asked on Friday’s episode of First Take. “LeBron James has a mom and has a wife, has kids, great guy, an even greater ambassador of the game of basketball than Steph Curry because he’s done it over the test of time. Wonderful, beautiful father. And I’ve got news for you: As beautiful as everyone wants to say Ayesha Curry is, and she is, Savannah is something special. I’m here to tell you something right now. Ain’t a man alive, particularly a black man, that’s going to look at LeBron James’s wife and not say that woman ain’t gorgeous. She’s wonderful inside and out. She sits there, she doesn’t bring any attention to herself. She never tweets and goes out there and calls out the league and stuff like that. And nobody — nobody — is more scrutinized than her husband. But yet, she thinks about how she represents him, and as a result, she doesn’t do that.”

Ayesha got word of Smith’s comments and hit him back with this:

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Smith responded to her question with another commentary on ‘First Take’.

 

“Allow me to explain something,” he began, which was your second clue after the fact that it was said on the set of “First Take” that what followed was going to be exasperating. “Ayesha Curry is a wonderful, wonderful woman. I would never, ever, disrespect the wife of a player. Period. I was raised by five women — my mother and my four older sisters, okay? What I am trying to explain to you, Mrs. Ayesha Curry, is that it’s not me, it’s you. Because what happens is that when you’re out there tweeting and saying the things that you’re saying, you are putting your husband in a precarious position. And I’m saying if that were LeBron James and his wife, it would’ve been treated differently by the media and by the masses. So it’s not pitting you and Savannah against each other, it’s allowing you to know that others would not hesitate to do it, which is why it’s something you should watch out for because I don’t want you to do something I know you don’t want to do, which is hurt yourself or your husband or your family in any way.”

“Your father-in-law, Del Curry, is a wonderful guy,” he said. “Your mother-in-law, his wife, is wonderful. Steph Curry is one of the best people I know and, Ayesha Curry, so, do you appear to be. I’m just saying to you need to watch yourself because it may put your husband in a compromising position that I’m sure you don’t want and Savannah James, whose been around, who has a husband who is universally recognized as one of the greatest players in the world, has been around for quite a long time, and she appears to know that. It’s not about comparing or anything. It’s giving you an example of what may work, and what you might want to avoid like she’s avoiding it, before the media and everybody else uses your tweet as a tool to attack you and possibly your husband. That’s all I’m saying. That’s all I have to say. I meant no disrespect, I certainly don’t mean it now.”

 

I may be wrong, but it seems like Smith thinks NBA wives should be seen and not heard. I’ve always questioned his commentaries that, sometimes, reveals misogynistic tendencies.

Anyway…

I feel like those two are going to be going back & forth with each other for awhile

Steph Curry did apologize to the fan for hitting him with his mouthpiece

To be continued………

 

Ayesha Curry is classy, talented, and “curries” herself with grace, yet, appears very down-to-earth. But, for some odd reason, the outspoken wife of NBA player, Stephen Curry, has critics. Some would simply try to come for her, because of her  low-maintenance personality. Others would take it to the next level, by hitting her social media with all kinds of disrespect. It all stems from an opinion she tweeted once that got #TeamScantilyClad in an uproar. Proof is in this post I wrote awhile ago.

Anyway…

There’s an ongoing joke that has carried over from a recent announcement about her forthcoming cooking show on The Food Network. The joke has transitioned into memes and the hilarity of them all are just TOO MUCH!!!

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The Food Network has offered Ayesha Curry her own show on their network. The wife of Golden State Warrior, Stephen, is already a natural in the kitchen with a camera. Her Youtube channel is proof of that and it gives us a taste of what to expect. Much like her Youtube Channel, Ayesha will show us how to cook her recipes, while adding a touch of her lovely personality for flavor 🙂

‘At Home with Ayesha. is reportedly the name of her show. In addition, Curry also has a cookbook, soon to be released. No word yet on when ‘At Home with Ayesha’ will debut, but of course, LN will keep you posted. In the meantime, check Ayesha in action with one of her Youtube demonstrations below.

 

Ayesha Curry, lifestyle blogger, author,  and wife of Golden State Warriors Point Guard Stephen Curry, tweeted her thoughts about not being a fan of provocative attire and chicks who were #TeamScantilyClad turned her Twitter mentions in shambles! There were so many women in Twitterland who were salty about this tweet!

 

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Chile, folks (mostly women) came at her with the most insensitive and disrespectful replies. A lot of women thought she was wrong and rude to tweet such a comment. Some thought she was being judgmental while the rest thought she was just lame.

My thoughts: I’m just amazed at the high levels of shade and disrespect that this woman has received, because of her modesty. In neither tweet, did she express thoughts of slut-shaming or any kind of criticism`. She mentioned no one in particular and simply expressed her desire to “cover up” for the one who matters…her husband. You’d think she’d receive more love because she respects her husband in her own way, but nah…#TeamScantilyClad gotta get all in their feelings and attack the poor woman on social media.

This society is ass backwards!

 

That woman…a woman of God, hard-working author, chef, blogger, and wife of a sports star who travel, while being a mother to their two kids, is obviously showing a good example to her children and young women who look up to her. That alone should earn that woman respect! One casual tweet about choosing “classy over trendy” and y’all attack her in her Twitter mentions like she twitpic’d your closet! Y’all seriously need to chill!

 

This just goes to show that the right gets crucified while the wrong gets celebrated. Ayesha Curry has every right to feel the way she does without getting verbally attacked by sensitive chicks whose idea of their “going out” outfits are printed leggings and tops from Baby Gap! Get out of her Twitter mentions and let a sistah live!

People can’t have an opinion nowadays because so many folks think too much of themselves. Even when an opinion has nothing to do with them, there’s something inside of that makes them get defensive. Either you’re mad because it’s true, or your guilty conscience won’t allow you to chill because the opinion of another is somehow relevant to your life. Either way, we all should realize that people’s opinions are just that…opinions.

There’s an old saying…

if it don’t apply…let it fly!