Last week, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, 28, surprised the youngsters at his basketball camp in Hawaii by knocking on dormitory doors and yelling, “I'm selling Girl Scout cookies!”
The team posted an adorable video of one boy opening the door and falling to the floor after seeing his idol.
But smiles turned to frowns when the cost to attend Curry's basketball camp was revealed to be a staggering $2,000 per kid!
The price could go as high as $2,250 for children to be fed gourmet meals rather than fast food.
Curry, who as a child lived comfortably on his dad, Dell Curry's NBA salary, caters only to the spawn of the filthy rich. He does not offer scholarships for inner city, underprivileged youths, whom he does not relate to.
Yahoo Sports -- Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett slammed Curry for charging kids from $2,000 to $2,250 for his basketball camp in Hawaii over the July 4 weekend. Bennett, a Super Bowl champion for the NFL’s 2013 season and Pro Bowler for 2015, lives in Oahu during the offseason and does not charge for his annual football clinic, the fourth of which was held this Saturday with 700 children in attendance. Bennett took serious issue with the high cost of Curry’s camp and many other athletes who come through Hawaii for similarly expensive events for children.
Proving he is a shameless elitist, Curry responded to the criticism by promoting his brother, Seth Curry's basketball camp at Ventura College on July 30th. Steph noted that little bro Seth's camp is only $200 to attend.
In a post on Instagram.com, Steph Curry wrote: "If you're in the greater LA area, check out @sdotcurry at Ventura College. Won't cost you 2K and it will be a great time learning from a really TALENTED player. SethCurry.com."