Ayesha Curry is taking matters into her own hands. After weeks being subjected to online trolling, the NBA wife has allegedly blocked a Cleveland Cavs fan on Twitter after he asked her to sign a copy of her cookbook as Mrs. Kyrie Irving, a reference to how the Cavaliers point guard dominated her MVP husband, Steph Curry, throughout the NBA Finals.
According to a screenshot, Ayesha promptly responded to the Twitter user, @_Jimbo_Slice_79, asked Curry to sign a copy of her book for him. She kindly responded, “I would love to sign it for you! Thanks for your support,” she reportedly replied. To which, the user asked, “Thanks I will!! It will be addressed from Jimmy. It would mean the world to me if you would inscribe it ‘Keep cooking and best wishes always. Mrs. Irving.”
This is just one more in a seemingly endless string of users who have been poking fun at Curry since she spoke out during the finals, and then watched her husband lost the series after being up 3-1.
Despite pleas from Curry on Twitter, trolls seem unable to get enough. Hopefully the haters cool down soon so that Curry can actually enjoy what she and her husband have left of the NBA offseason.
SOURCE: USWeekly | PHOTO: Getty
Here’s Why Ayesha Curry Blocked A Cleveland Cavaliers Fan on Twitter was originally published on globalgrind.com
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