On Tuesday, New York radio station HOT97 shared a video of Ayesha playfully performing the “Milly Rock” dance, a viral move created by hip-hop artists 2 Milly in 2014. The radio station asked its followers if "#AyeshaCurry [killed] her Milly Rock," to which the resounding answer was no. In fact, many social media users were more than happy to drag the reality TV star for performing the five-year-old dance move.
First married man to voluntarily sleep on the couch... pic.twitter.com/f9FmkL28fw— ᗪㄩㄒ匚卄 爪卂丂ㄒ乇尺 (@iFeeLdZy_) July 17, 2019
i feel so bad for steph— 𝙰𝚎𝚐𝚒𝚜 (@Plugontour) July 17, 2019
When do we get stop watching this lady? 🤮 Curry look like he’s at church and ready to leave? 🤢— nobodyhere (@nobodyhere23) July 17, 2019
Why!!! Can’t this woman just be happy, thankful and great full she has her husband who loves her so much, he always has her back ...her beautiful children why isn’t that enough! She constantly is looking for attention on social media and acceptance from the public— cherilyn (@Puanani322) July 17, 2019
But fans were there to defend her, and her marriage, adding that those sending hate to the mother-of-three should get a new hobby.
"[Y’all] worried about Ayesha Curry milly Rock and she opening her 4th restaurant, owns a wine company and banking with the cookware," one person responded. Ayesha and chef Michael Mina recently announced they are opening a new location of their communal dining restaurant, International Smoke, in Del Mar, California.
"But I don’t understand the hate that Ayesha Curry gets [though], she’s being goofy & having fun with her man, [s***] those are the best women to marry [for real]. This generation is weird," another supporter chimed in.
For me to see women saying “Ayesha Curry is being extra” is annoying. Sis you’re in your late 40s divorced twice and have a toxic relationship with your kids. WORRY ABOUT YOURSELF!— chembae🌻 (@qssadderley) July 17, 2019
This is the real reason y'all hate Ayesha Curry;— Wesley Adi (@Shepherds_Nest) July 17, 2019
- She's successful
- She's not trashy
- Has good moral standards,
- & is a good mom, good wife & married to a good man.
Ya'll quite hateful for people who talk about positivity a lot.
Despite the unwelcome critique of her dancing, Steph surely has her back. In May, he shared a message to his wife on Instagram: “Proud of you for being authentic and putting yourself out there- not being afraid of the potential bull s#*# and nonsense that could and did come at you. Way more positive than negative with all of this. Keep being you. I love you.”
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