The life of an NBA wife is anything but simple. In addition to having your own goals and taking care of house and home, checking groupies is a regular occurrence.
But Ayesha Curry, 27, the wife of Golden State Warriors’ point guard, Steph Curry, has got better things to do. Ayesha clapped back on Twitter in regards to the woman everyone thought was lusting after her husband and father of her two children in Game 2 of the NBA Finals:
“What I think is you need to leave her alone,” she said responding to a screenshot of the fan, named Roni Rose, looking at Steph. “They’ve (Rose and boyfriend) been supporting the dubs for a long time. Stop judging. It’s irrelevant.”
She also noted what’s most important to her when it comes to games. “Honestly though, at the end of these games I just thank God for both team’s health. Worth more than anything. I mean that,” she said.
In regards to the Cleveland Cavaliers shirt she was seen passing off to someone else during the game, she set the record straight on that, too.
“I give the shirts to my family who live here in Cleveland,” she said, reminding fans that Steph is originally from Akron, Ohio. “You should write a relevant story. Ha!”
Once again, the trolls were looking for a story. And, once again, Ayesha shut them down.
The Golden State Warriors play Game 5 against the Cleveland Cavaliers tomorrow (June 13) at 9 p.m. EST.
SOURCE: Twitter | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty