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"Stephen is very nice by nature, and he’s very talkative," Curry explained. "Everything’s very friendly and sometimes to the point where I’m like 'Okay I’m a grown woman' so I just insert myself and be like 'Hello, how are you doing?'"
Although the two have been married for nearly a decade, Curry discloses that women are still looking for an opportunity to break up their happy home. This has placed her in a mindset where she is forced to accept her husband's status. But just because one has to live with it doesn't mean they like it.
"I'm okay with it now," Curry continued. "Obviously you know the devil is a liar and the ladies will always be lurking, hoping for their moment and waiting, but I honestly hate it."
By disclosing her feelings, Curry unknowing opened Pandora's Box. Her discomfort with Steph's unwanted groupies has created a polarizing debate in which people are questioning the security of their seemingly picture-perfect relationship. While some claim she shouldn't be worried about outside advances others object stating her response it a natural reaction. Also, people have taken this opportunity to critique the traditional gender roles displayed by their family.
And like everything nowadays, these two sides have taken to Twitter to state their cases.