She’s had enough. Ayesha Curry allegedly blocked a Cleveland Cavaliers fan on Twitter after he asked her to sign a copy of her cookbook as Mrs. Kyrie Irving — that is, the wife of one of her husband Stephen Curry’s biggest rivals.
The social media user (@_Jimbo_Slice_79) first tweeted the 27-year-old chef on Sunday, June 26. “Is there somewhere I could send my copy of your cook book for a signature?” he asked, adding a smiling face and a flame emoji.
According to a screenshot of the alleged exchange, Ayesha promptly responded in a direct message telling the fan where to send the book. “I would love to sign it for you! Thanks for your support,” she reportedly wrote.
The Twitter user then replied, “Thanks I will!! It will be addressed from Jimmy. It would mean the world to me if you would inscribe it ‘Keep cooking and best wishes always. Mrs. Irving.’”
Moments later, the mom-of-two allegedly blocked Jimmy, who posted screenshots of their brief conversation and of her now-blocked Twitter page. “I guess feelings got hurt,” he quipped.
As Us Weekly previously reported, Ayesha recently slammed haters for trolling her and hubby Steph after his team, the Golden State Warriors, lost the 2016 NBA Finals to the Cavaliers on June 19.
“It’s the inappropriate photoshopped pictures that are insulting to both me and the other families, husbands, fathers, wives in them,” she wrote on Sunday, adding, “I could care less about ‘L’s’ keep sending them. At this point you guys are insulting both sides with the inappropriate photos.”
Despite Ayesha’s plea, internet trolls are still flooding her Twitter notifications with countless memes of various NBA players — including Cavs stars Kyrie Irving and LeBron James — superimposed over her husband’s face in doctored family portraits.
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