If you’re anything like me, you had no idea Ayesha Curry’s husband plays basketball in his spare time away from supporting his successful wife and raising their three children as a stay-at-home dad.
When I saw “Curry” in the trend on social media last night, I assumed the famous chef had just completed her trilogy of masterpiece cookbooks to “The Seasoned Life” and “The Full Plate”. I believe it’s her husband in the background on the cover of “The Seasoned Life,” a book that has never left my kitchen page since its visionary release four years ago.
But it was her husband who was the trend – because he scored 62 points in a sports game. Knowing nothing about the man behind my favorite celebrity chef, I decided to go to the last resort of truth in our society: Twitter.
What I found was no surprise, based on what I already know about Ayesha. This humble Christian man is actually not athletic at all. Like me, he can barely touch the net that hangs under the basketball hoop (I tried once, and it hurt my finger, so I never tried again). His lack of athletics makes people bigger, stronger and faster than he is crazy. It also drives small, weak and slow people crazy. I believe these slow, weak people are fans of the sport and of Ayesha’s husband’s basketball team.
Looks like there’s a king in this game making King-like videos of himself practicing and pumping his fist to loud rap music. And just like a good movie spin, it turns out that Ayesha’s husband has a treacherous teammate who is now loyal to this king and his court of Klutch men.
This strong, powerful and cocky king stands in stark contrast to the Curry clan, who often pray at home and cook intimately together as a family listening to gospel music and smooth jazz. Fans of his team say Ayesha’s husband is not strong enough to pick up weights like the King.
While basketball is a game of pendulum and arrogance, Ayesha’s husband has never uttered a negative word about a teammate or opponent. He never brags or shows off on the track. He does everything his coach asks of him, sacrifices himself for the team, and speaks clearly and kindly to the hard-working members of the media who are intimidated by every other play except him.
When his team wins, he never gets credit. When his team loses, he gets all the blame.
Wait, now Twitter is saying the opposite. They say Ayesha’s husband is insane. He does a show-offy shimmy after making a shot and people do not like it. Others say he is something called “Die BOK”. I looked it up on Urban Dictionary. It means “Greatest of all time.” It also says “#StephBetter” but I’m not sure who she is.
Twitter says Ayesha’s husband deserves all the credit for his team’s victories. And when they lose, it’s because of his coach’s stupidity and his teammates’ inability to make wide shots that he creates for them.
I do not understand any of this. But what I do know is that the stay-at-home dad of Ayesha’s three beautiful angels plays just for the love of the game. As part of his recreational activities, he has won three championships, but Twitter says it’s mainly because he has superstar teammates who do all the work, but would not be good players in any other team (ughhh, this basketball sport can be very confusing) .
Despite the parts I did not understand, the information I received from Twitter only strengthened my position for Ayesha as the # 1 famous chef – not many in her shoes, so busy and so successful, will ‘ supports a spouse who enjoys games outside of his or her own. top priority to keep the homestead for her. I do not know Ayesha, I have never even met her (she has not yet accepted any of my interview requests because I know she is very busy), but her writing tells me she is a generous and generous person .
Her husband is a happy man and I appreciate him. Without his support and loyalty to Ayesha, my kitchen would surely be much more boring!