Ayesha Curry recently stopped by Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk interview series and said she frequently notices women paying lots of attention to her husband Steph. "I'm okay with it now," Curry told Smith. "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." Immediately after the interview went live, Ayesha was met with some backlash online.

Fans of the couple were critical of how she felt "insecure" over women "throwing themselves" at Steph, while she explained she doesn't have men doing the same to her. She responded to the discussions online with a lengthy Instagram post, adding that she has "never been one to cage" her feelings "to any capacity."

She's received a lot of support for what she said, too, and now her husband is among the chorus. On his Instagram Stories, the Warriors star wrote, "Proud of you for being authentic and putting yourself out there-not being afraid of the potential bullshit and nonsense that could and did come at you." He continued, "Way more positive than negative with all of this. Keep being you. I love you."

When the interview arrived, some believed it was a warning sign that their relationship wasn't as solid as it seemed, but now Steph seems to be putting those concerns to rest.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

#StephCurry sends #AyeshaCurry a sweet message in support of her sharing her feelings with y’all ❤️

A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on May 10, 2019 at 4:19am PDT

Former Milwaukee Bucks player Brandon Jennings also recently shared his support for Ayesha Curry. "You're Steph Curry's wife," he said. "Everybody know who you are. She's the bag." As for the lack of male attention, he insisted that she "shouldn't trip."