The married life of Ayesha and Stephen Curry seems to be going great. Stephen is one of the best shooters of all-time in the NBA and has won three rings with the Golden State Warriors. Ayesha is in the food business and her cooking YouTube channel has 560k subscribers. She has opened up lunch services, pop-up restaurants, and lifestyle brands. They have three children: two daughters and one son. Hence, to the public, that makes them perfect. But as private individuals, they also deserve their own space. Unfortunately, some fans don’t consider that and believe that they are there just to entertain them.
Ayesha and Steph Curry faced the same predicament years back, as revealed in an episode of “Red Table Talk” hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith in 2019. Ayesha was accompanied by mother-in-law Sonya Curry, sister-in-law Sydel Curry and then future sister-in-law, Callie Rivers. Jada was accompanied by her daughter Willow and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris.
Ayesha started talking about a fan who had intruded into their personal space. She recounts this horrifying tale very calmly, to her credit. She mentioned that Steph, her, and their very young daughter Riley went to buy bikes one day. “This lady… this group of people come over there trying to ask Stephen for pictures and autographs,” Ayesha recalls. “The woman opens the car door, sticks her body in the car, and she’s like ‘Oh let me see.’ I’m like, ‘No, get out of my car.’ She goes, ‘Oh honey, you know what you signed up for.’”
Ayesha stated that this stuck with her because she and her family deserved personal space as they did not sign up for this. Ayesha and Stephen Curry’s relationship has been going strong since 2008. They met during church activities when they were very young. The Currys started to know each other better after Stephen became a college basketball player in North Carolina.
What do you think about the story recounted by Ayesha Curry? Is it invasive, or did she sign up for it as a celebrity? Discuss and comment on this story.