All children are precious gifts from God. But spoiled, over-indulged children of the filthy rich can be overbearing and annoying.
I am speaking of NBA star Steph Curry‘s daughter, Riley, who constantly hijacks his post-game interviews.
I’m of the school of thought that minor children should be seen and not heard when adults are speaking. Who’s with me on this?
Note to Curry: I am not alone in my thinking when I say we are not amused by your daughter’s constant interruptions.
Thank you for sharing Riley’s rants with us, but we just want to hear your thoughts on the game, mkay?
I mean, control your kid, sir. Just tell her, “Daddy is working. Sit down and be quiet.”
We hope you won’t make this a habit during the NBA Finals post-game interviews, after LeBron James hands you your head on a platter.
By the way, above is a cute photo of Curry with his father, former NBA player Dell Curry, during a NBA game.
Am I the only one who thinks it’s inappropriate to let your son sit on the lap of a man who is not a blood relative?
Edit: to add this email from a loyal reader:
Yeah, Sandra…I’m annoyed by Steph Curry ‘ s little girl’s behavior. There are many applauding her disruptive behaviour because it denotes a certain freedom not necessarily afforded to black children. But there are those of us who understand that a child having the freedom to be a kid and being disciplined are not mutually exclusive. So in short, nah, you’re on point to be annoyed.