Steph Curry Defends Ayesha Curry After Black Twitter Attacks Her Milly Rock
When is the internet going to let Ayesha Curry live her best life in peace?
Black Twitter erupted in an uproar yesterday when the skillful chef was captured on candid camera dishing out her best Milly Rock dance moves.
The occasion called for a turn up, since Ayesha was opening up the fourth location of her chain restaurant, International Smoke, in Del Mar, California.
Haters swooped down to attack her moves, mocking the mom of three for her alleged lack of rhythm. Fortunately, her champion husband stepped in to silence the detractors.
“Slow news day today, I see, huh?” the Golden State Warriors star said in an Instagram story after her Milly Rock hit the web. “Just make sure y’all send me the video of you dancing at your own restaurant opening.”
Continuing, “And we’re going to keep Milly Rocking until that happens,” Stephen added while doing the dance himself.
Ayesha can be jokingly heard saying “I hate you,” in the background.
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#HappyThursday… Steph Curry responds to the social media critiques of (wife)Ayesha Curry dancing at her restaurant opening🍽😂🤣👍✊ .(🎥@stephencurry30) . . #ayeshacurry #stephcurry #nba #couplegoals #nbacouplegoals #stephencurry #warriors #goldenstate #goldenstatewarriors #funnyvideo
Oop! That was a clever way for Papa Curry to straighten out folks hating on his wife, while she’s in the midst of an awesome achievement as an entrepreneur and a mom.
A wise man, Denzel Washington, once said: Those who can, do. Those who can’t talk about those who can.
It’s clear the Currys are perfectly content letting the internet talk, while they continue to do, and do it well.