Wife of NBA icon Steph Curry deletes reply to fan about open marriage rumours

Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry lashed out at an Instagram troll who said that the couple had an open marriage.

Steph, who has won three NBA championships during his time in San Francisco, is one of the greatest players of his generation – twice being named NBA's Most Valuable Player.

The 33-year-old married longtime girlfriend Ayesha way back in 2011, and they have since had three children together in daughters Riley and Ryan as well as son Canon.

Steph, who is rumoured to be paid £39.6million per season, or £769,000 per week, bought his family a house worth £22million in Atherton, California back in 2019.

Ayesha, who is a successful actress, entrepreneur and cookbook author, has 7.4million Instagram followers, and clashed with a troll this week.

Alongside a love-heart covered emoji smile, Ayesha wrote on her upload of Steph featuring on the cover of GQ magazine: "Good gracious, God almighty."

With a doubter writing in the comments: "But yet you still want an open relationship, [shaking my head]. If I were him you would've been sent to the streets already."

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In a message that now seems to be deleted, Ayesha, 32, fired back: "Don't believe everything you read. Do you know how ridiculous that is?

"Don't disrespect my marriage like that. Please and thank you."

An open marriage is a form of non-monogamy in which partners agree they can see other people, something which Ayesha didn't want associated with her relationship.

Steph told PEOPLE of his wife back in September: "We just celebrated 10 years of marriage of marriage.

"So I still have that feeling (of how did I get her).

"I know this isn't supposed to be the part of the interview, but definitely.

"Not just her beauty, but a lot of stuff that come from the ideas of what Eat. Learn. Play. is, and just her heart for service is a big reason why we've been able to do the things that we get to do."

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