Ayesha Curry Says That She Doesn’t Receive A Whole Lot Of Male Attention

May 8, 2019 / Posted by:

Well if this ain’t the damn definition of contradiction then I don’t know what is. Last week, Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA superstar Steph Curry, revealed in a teaser for an upcoming episode of Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk that she can’t stand when groupies bring their thirsty asses around her man. Now, since the episode’s premiere on Monday, Ayesha is coming under fire for claiming that although her husband has to tread carefully through the River of Snatch, she doesn’t have those problems because men don’t view her in the same light.

Red Table Talk host Jada Pinkett Smith led the discussion by asking her panel of guests how they deal with their men’s groupies, and Ayesha was very honest about her answer, even admitting her struggles with anxiety. But USA Today reports that in a strange add-on to her statement, she said that men look through her like she’s Patrick Swayze in Ghost.

“Something that really bothers me, and honestly has given me a sense of a little bit of an insecurity, is the fact that yeah, there are all these women, like, throwing themselves (at him), but me, like the past 10 years, I don’t have any of that,” she said. “I have zero – this sounds weird – but, like, male attention, and so then I begin to internalize it, and I’m like, ‘Is something wrong with me?’

“I don’t want it,” Curry added, “but it’d be nice to know that, like, someone’s lookin’.”

“You’re beautiful,” Pinkett Smith reminded her guest. “Don’t ever think for one minute that it ain’t no some men out there looking at you like, ‘I wish.’ And I’mma tell you who knows that more than anybody: Your husband.”

Now, I’m not sure what kind of game Ayesha is playing here because you can’t in one sentence say, “I hate the whores around Steph!”, then two seconds later turn to the sea of crusty, dusty men of the world and scream, “Why aren’t you trying to fuck me!” That’s confusing.

Perhaps Ayesha forgot that she was being filmed (right next to her mother-in-law Sonya Curry) or if all the steam she encounters from cooking has rattled her brain cells. Even former point guard for the Milwaukee Bucks Brandon Jennings added his two cents when TMZ Sports caught up with him.

“She said guys don’t lust over her enough … why would you want to lust over a woman who’s married?”

Jennings says it’s human nature to want to be desired by the opposite sex, but when it comes to Ayesha — it’s hard to watch her complain because she has “the best life.”

Jennings points out that Ayesha is rich as hell, has a faithful husband, a beautiful family and an incredible career as a chef … so, don’t trip!

Ayesha, you’ll get no sympathy from me, or the rest of the world, with your millions of dollars and handsome husband. But I’d be willing to trade if you ever feel the need to live the life of a single person with two Krispy Kreme donuts in the refrigerator and $-10.67 in his bank account. Just know that when you come running back to my house with Steph, the doors will be locked and the cops will be alerted because I ain’t going back!

Pic: Wenn.com

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