Ayesha Curry posted a photo of herself in a two-piece swimsuit Saturday, and it brought out the worst in social media.
Curry tagged her husband, Warriors star Stephen Curry, in the photo with the caption, “Took me long enough.” She’s likely referring to her weight loss following the birth of three children. Feeling confident in herself, she posted a pair of photos in a two-piece swimsuit.
While she mostly received praise on the post with comments like, “Dang girl! That body gave birth to three kids?” and “All in perfect time. You look amazing! Hard work pays off,” some people decided to bring criticism. The complaints mostly came from Twitter where users referred to previous comments made by Curry.
In 2015, Ayesha Curry tweeted some thoughts that sent Twitter into a frenzy. She commented on how “everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days.”
Everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters 😂😂😂
— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) December 6, 2015
Steph Curry responded later with a post of his wife saying, “My woman … #TheInstagator.”
Some people on Twitter felt as if Ayesha Curry’s 2015 comments were hypocritical of her wearing posting a photo of herself wearing a two-piece swimsuit. Essentially, her photo sparked the debate her 2015 tweets all over again.
Ayesha Curry in 2015: “Everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style.
I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters. 😂😂😂”
Ayesha Curry in 2020: pic.twitter.com/b05bcIHMCj
— Lebron J. Pump (@ljpump) May 24, 2020
And Just like that, Ayesha Curry just did the same thing she bashed other women for.😂😂😂
— GOTTA BAWLDHEAD!🦅🦅🦅 (@illcity92) May 24, 2020
Ayesha Curry patronised other women for showing skin to men that aren’t their partner, then cried about not getting attention from men who aren’t her husband, and then went on a mad weight loss journey so she could post the same pics she acted like she was above
— *third time lucky* (@roundxthree) May 24, 2020
While there is plenty more criticism from others, just search Ayesha Curry on Twitter, there was also arguments on the other side. Many others felt Curry was being unfairly criticized, especially since her original tweets were talking more about clothes insead of swimsuits.
The obsession with ayesha curry & what she said YEARS ago is so….. weird. Like who cares? She was just probably having a bad day. And ppl built a whole political theory around it. I’m telling you man… ppl on here are not right in the head smh lol
— ABM (@imani_yvonne2) May 24, 2020
Ayesha Curry took ONE year off from being pregnant and having kids to work on herself and y’all mad?! Lmaoo💀 pic.twitter.com/PlScfxA8kL
— UnapologeticAyesha (@AyeshaAlerts) May 24, 2020
Ayesha Curry can’t wear a bikini without y’all bringing up what she said in the past. I don’t think she was talkin bout bathing suits. pic.twitter.com/Dyl0vx3mUH
— Jelly Santos (@MrsJellySantos) May 24, 2020