When will people learn to stop coming for Ayesha Curry? The celebrity mom recently slammed an online troll who attempted to body shame her 10-month-old son, Canon Curry.
The drama surrounded a photo taken backstage after the Golden State Warriors beat out the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference game on Monday night. Ayesha reflected on the importance of family in her Instagram post.
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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
“Infinitely proud of these guys,” Ayesha said of the Warriors’ performance. “God’s grace and mercy continues (sic) to cover our family and we are so grateful,” she added. “[It’s] not about wins and losses; it’s all about family. Moments like this simply put it all into perspective.”
Ayesha was pictured with other family members and friends in the candid. The couple’s children – Riley, Ryan, and Canon – were also present in the photo. One social media fan asked Ayesha if she was pregnant with a fourth child because of the way that the celebrity mom was holding her 10-month-old son. “Absolutely not,” Mrs. Curry replied. “My 30lb son is just breaking my back in every Photo,” she mused.
Many expressed shock in Canon weighing 30 pounds but remained respectful and light-hearted about the matter. One critic, however, had the audacity to suggest that Ayesha Curry put her son on a diet. “Maybe portion-control his food a bit,” the commenter said. Did this person miss the part about Canon being 10-months-old? Perhaps so.
In any case, Ayesha Curry was sure to help the critic understand that a line was crossed. “Excuse you,” the celebrity mom snapped back. “No. Just no.”
Ayesha was certainly not alone in dragging the critic for being the nutrition police online. “Don’t understand why people have to hate,” one supporter wrote online. “Isn’t there enough in the world without spreading more?” Another of Ayesha’s fans said, “People complain when celebrities don’t open up and let the world into their life.”
“When you do, then you have the bullying, judging your mothering skills and what you wear, etc. The only people you need to please is those three beautiful children and your husband.”
Ayesha and her husband, Steph Curry, celebrate the son’s first birthday in July. Ryan and Riley Curry also celebrate their birthdays during the summer months. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!
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