Ayesha Curry is more patient and accepting than most, but even she has her breaking point.
Case in point: After celebrating her husband's Golden State Warriors win, the chef and business woman shared a sweet family shot, commenting on how proud she was of Steph and the rest of the Curry clan.
"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," she wrote.
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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
A cut and dry happy post right? Wrong!
Not one but two trolls (and probably more) commented on Curry's body and her 10-month-old son Canon. Really?!
One person asked if she was pregnant again to which she replied, rather graciously, "Absolutely not LOL. My 30 [pound] son is just breaking my back in every photo."
More patience than most, but OK.
Then someone took to mentioning her son and she had no time for that. She was told how much food she should be giving him and as a loving mother of three, Mrs. Curry was certainly offended.
"Excuse you? No. Just no," she responded.
The Ayesha Avengers stepped up to the plate (or rather the three-point line) and shared supporting comments about her and her family.
"Your family is amazing! We need more role models like you and your family," one wrote.
Another added, "Girl too much hate for ALL THIS LOVE MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU GUYS @ayeshacurry You keep doing your thing mama blessings."
Others called the comment about the baby "nonsense."
The post has well over 400,000 likes.
In an interview for "Red Table Talk" earlier this month, Ayesha Curry spoke about women hanging on her famous husband.
"Stephen is very nice by nature," she said. "Everything is always very friendly, sometimes to the point where, 'I'm a grown woman,' so, I'll just insert myself and be like, 'Hello, how are you doing?'"
Don't come for the bull, you get the horns. Or should it be, don't come for the Warrior, you get the clap back?