"He thinks y'all are weird TBH," Ayesha wrote alongside a photo of them backstage at the show, with Steph pulling a face that says it all regarding the speculation from social media users.
Earlier this week, Drake gave a shout-out to Steph during the Monday night performance at the Barclays Center. “I got my brother in the building tonight. They say we look alike,” Drake said. “Make some noise for my brother Steph Curry in the building one time. And of course, the lovely Ayesha Curry. And mama bear, you know.”
People took it upon themselves to read between the lines of the viral clip, with some people suggesting she was jealous of the praise Steph got from Drake.
"Ayesha Curry thought Drake was gonna be on Usher time with her just for Steph to get glazed with compliments," one Twitter user wrote in an apparent reference to the R&B artist singing to Keke Palmer at a concert earlier this month.
This marks the latest instance of the Currys pushing back against the weirdness of social media.
Back in May, Ayesha said that she and her husband would have never become involved with social media if they knew how "chaotic" it was going to be. “If we had known back in the day just how chaotic it would make life, I don't think we would've done it,” Ayesha told Muna Mire for an Insider cover profile. “But we were just genuinely living our lives back then.”