Steph Curry's outspoken, spoiled brat wife, Ayesha Curry expressed her disappointment with the officiating crew in game 6 of the NBA Finals.
The moon-faced 27-year-old Toronto native lashed out at the NBA refs on Twitter.com after her husband was ejected from the game for throwing his mouthguard at a fan in the 4th quarter.
LeBron James and the red hot Cleveland Cavaliers routed the hapless Golden State Warriors 115-101 at Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday to even the series at 3-3 and force a game 7 on Sunday in Oakland.
Curry fouled out late in the 4th quarter, then he lost his temper and flung his mouthguard which hit a fan near the Cavaliers bench.
After the game Ayesha tweeted: "I've lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money… Or ratings [I'm] not sure which. I won't be silent. Just saw it live [sorry]."
She deleted that tweet, then she accused the Cleveland police of racism, tweeting: "Police racial profiled my father and told him to remove credentials and tried to arrest him. It's been a long night for me. I apologize."
NBA officials explained that security was on high alert for a confidence artist named David Aminzadeh, who has used fake credentials to sneak in to numerous sporting events, including NBA Finals games.
Security examined her father's credentials then let him go.
Prior to the game, Ayesha also complained bitterly that the arena staff wouldn't let the Warriors' family members and their cases of champagne off the team bus.
Officials later said the Quicken Loans Arena staff delayed the bus because of the arrival of Beyonce and Jay Z, which caused congestion in the Cavaliers' underground parking garage due to the Secret Service level security around Beyonce.
.@ayeshacurry To recap: Cavs sabotaged family busses, NBA is rigged, police racially profiled you. Sounds like a LOT of coincidences.
— HardFoulSports CLE (@HFSCleveland) June 17, 2016