Ayesha Curry Shuts Down Keyboard Warrior Who Made Her 10-Month-Old Son's Weight Their Business
One more time: children are off limits.
One troll learned the hard way to keep Ayesha Curry's children out of her Instagram commentary.
The drama unfolded on Wednesday after the restauranteur shared a family photo following the final game of the NBA's Western Conference Finals series that put her husband Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors against younger brother Seth Curry, who balls for the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors swept the Trail Blazers in four games to advance to the NBA finals for a fifth straight year.
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Infinitely proud of these guys. Gods grace and mercy continues to cover our family and we are so grateful. Not about wins and losses, it’s all about family. Moments like this simply put it all into perspective. “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” - Matthew 6:33
"Infinitely proud of these guys. Gods grace and mercy continues to cover our family and we are so grateful. Not about wins and losses, it’s all about family. Moments like this simply put it all into perspective," a portion of her caption read.
One commenter asked the mother of three if she was pregnant with her fourth, prompting the 30-year-old to immediately shut down those speculations.
"Absolutely not LOL," Curry responded. "My 30 lb son is just breaking my back in every photo." In the photo Curry is holding her youngest child, 10-month-old son Canon.
In a now-deleted comment someone rudely suggested: "Maybe portion-control his food a bit."
"Excuse you?" People reports Curry retorted. "No. Just no."
This isn't the first time Mrs. Curry had to check someone who made a comment about her family. In November 2018, the television personality posted an innocent video of her and eldest daughter Riley recreating a Progressive "Meat Sweats" video using the popular music app Dubsmash.
"Lawwd have mercy, whyyy don't you know how to brush them girls' hair???" someone commented underneath.
Curry defended herself then too, firing back: "I don't make moments happen for Instagram. Moments happen and I sometimes share. I'm not going to doll my children up for perception or anyone's approval on here."
Y'all gon' learn to leave Ayesha Curry and her children alone.