Ayesha Curry is continuing to perfect the recipe for the classy clapback.
The cookbook author and mother of three is still receiving criticism over admitting to her insecurities about receiving “zero male attention” while enduring “women throwing themselves” at her NBA superstar husband of nearly eight years, Stephen Curry, on a recent episode of Red Table Talk.
After posting a picture with her husband, praising their mothers on Mother’s Day, one critic hopped into her comments, but Ayesha wasn’t here for it.
The caption for the photo read, “Our mamas gave us common sense and that’s not common. Thank you mamas we love you!”
Not long after the picture was uploaded a snarky comment appeared. “Attention at its finest,” it read.
“This is exactly what I mean. Speaking without examining the true context for yourself,” Ayesha responded. “Don’t read the headlines. Watch the show. Everyone’s gone crazy and my husband and I are over here sober as a gopher because I know what I said.”
Ayesha reminded everyone that she was clear about not actually wanting any other men and that her honesty was actually proof of her security in her union.
“Don’t need it, don’t want it. Just an observation. Willingness to speak on your thoughts unashamedly is being secure. Not the other way around. That part,” she added.
Stephen also came to his wife’s defense last week after the severe backlash she received, writing on Instagram that he was “proud” of his wife’s vulnerability. He added, “Keep being you. I love you.”