Steph Curry's Wife Says Groupies Hit On Him & She Gets No Male Attention

 

Talk about a hard-knock wife! Ayesha Curry's getting dragged on Twitter after admitting that her husband Steph's female groupies make her feel insecure--as does the fact that no dudes are likewise hitting on her.

"What really bothers me and has honestly given me a little bit of a sense of insecurity is the fact that, yeah, there are all these women throwing themselves. But me, like the past 10 years, I don’t have any of that,” the 30-year-old Ayesha confessed this week on Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk Facebook show.

“It sounds weird, but I have zero male attention. So, then I begin to internalize it, like, ‘Is something wrong with me?’”

Needless to say, the haters came for her after those comments. "Ayesha Curry is married to a superstar husband with beautiful kids and she's complaining about not getting more attention from other males," one Twitter user wrote, while another asked, "What right does Ayesha Curry have to want more male attention?"

However, others defended her for admitting to her natural insecurities. "All sis said was, 'I just want to know if I still got it,'" one fan tweeted. "Now y’all hate Ayesha for being human?"

 
 
 
 
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