Celebrities have to endure constant media scrutiny and comments from detractors lodging criticisms in their comments sections. While it's easy to suggest they shouldn't engage with internet trolls, certain comments warrant a silencing response. Ayesha Curry has proven she knows how to shut down negative commentary when it comes to sexism, or when someone is trying to tell her how to raise her children.
The entrepreneur and wife of Warriors point guard Steph Curry posted a family photo in light of the NBA's Western Conference Finals. In the race for a championship bid, Steph faced his brother Seth Curry, which Ayesha noted wasn't about "wins and losses" but a chance for the entire family to come together.
"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," she captioned the post.
One person took to the comments section to ask Curry, who has three children with Steph, whether she was pregnant again. The actress, who is holding her 10-month-old Canon in the photo, responded to the fan affirming that she's not. "Absolutely not LOL," she wrote. "My 30 lb son is just breaking my back in every photo."
Queue the mean-spirited critic, who then commented on the thread, "If that kid is 30lbs he's got some serious health issues going on." Ayesha wasted no time shutting the troll out of the back-and-forth, writing, "Excuse you? No. Just no," according to CNN.
The celebrity has been the renewed subject of social media criticisms since appearing on Red Table Talk, prompting nosy folks to question the status of her relationship. However, the NBA player has shared messages in support of his wife, who he told her to "keep being you."