Ayesha Curry is not fine for critics who troll her on social media, let alone people who think it’s okay to make comments about her 10-month-old son online. The celebrity mom, who has three children with NBA star Steph Curry, put her critics on blast when one person said that she should consider putting her 10-month-old son Canon on a diet.
According to the Daily Mail, it all began when one social media user asked Curry if she was pregnant after she posted a celebratory photo of the Golden State Warriors, who just won the NBA Western Conference. Curry can be seen holding her young son in her arms. When a few asked if she were pregnant, she replied that she’s not expecting and that she was just putting her hip out because her 30lbs son was “breaking her back” in the picture.
This prompted a lot of Instagram users to criticize her son’s weight, with one even suggesting that Ayesha practice portion control with the young tot. Before Ayesha deleted the comment, she fired back with, “Excuse you? No. Just no.”
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Infinitely proud of these guys. Gods grace and mercy continues to cover our family and we are so grateful. Not about wins and losses, it’s all about family. Moments like this simply put it all into perspective. “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” - Matthew 6:33
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that Curry has been mommy shamed on social media. Back in November, the proud mom shared a video of herself with her 6-year-old daughter, Riley. One social media follower suggested that Curry should brush her hair more often. The rude commenter wrote, “Why don’t you know how to brush them girls’ hair?? Drives me nuts.”
It didn’t take very long for Ayesha to fire back with some words of her own. She said, “I don't make moments happen for Instagram. Moments happen and I sometimes share. I'm not going to doll my children up for perception or anyone's approval on here.”
She then suggested that if her family’s photos aren’t good enough for her critics, they should simply unfollow her or find another celebrity parent to troll online.
Curry also recently opened up about her postpartum depression after giving birth to her daughter Ryan back in 2015. She said that the depression led to her decision to get a breast enhancement that year. She went on to explain that while she didn’t realize it at the time, she was battling postpartum depression for a while, mostly because she was unhappy about the appearance of her body. She later admitted that the procedure was the “most botched boob job on the face of the planet.”
Plain and simple, Curry is not one to put up with online trolls. While it's clear that there will always be more jerks out there, Curry has no issue with putting them in her place. It's a great thing for a loving mother to defend her little ones at all costs.