The internet seems to have a love/hate relationship with Ayesha Curry and her wholesome image. After nearly breaking the internet for tweeting that she prefers to dress more modestly for her man, the 27-year-old has become the subject of many memes.
Following the Food Network’s announcement that Mrs. Curry would be hosting her own cooking show, the internet has proceeded to create lighthearted food memes that make fun of Ayesha’s holier-than-thou beliefs.
Examples of the internet roasting include: “Today we’re going to make skinless chicken breast. I personally dont like bare breasts showing tho but it’s cool” and “I like to marinade my breast and thighs in seasonings, not on Instagram like you skanks, no thanks.”
In a new interview with Essence Magazine, Ayesha shared her disapproval:
“It just doesn’t make sense to me. I wonder why people are so hateful sometimes. I just don’t get it. I want people to know these memes aren’t coming from me and I didn’t endorse them,” she began.
“I have a feeling whoever is making them is mostly men trying to pin women against each other and that’s something I don’t stand for, especially with us Black women. I just wish we could support each other a little bit more. I want everybody to succeed.”
Do you think Ayesha is overreacting? Should she just laugh and play along, or should she ask her over 300K followers to stop the shenanigans?
SOURCE: Essence | PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter, Getty
Ayesha Curry Thinks The Petty Internet Memes About Her Wholesomeness Are Disrespectful was originally published on hellobeautiful.com