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Stephen Curry's wife, Ayesha Curry set Twitter ablaze when she unveiled her newly reconstructed face and body in pictures on Instagram.com.

Social media followers were stunned because the mother-of-3 is barely recognizable without her signature moon face.

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Ayesha appears to have undergone a face lift, tummy tuck and a thigh gap like the Kardashians.

The celebrity chef captioned the photos, which were taken by her husband: "Took me long enough."

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Fan reaction to the photos were mixed. Some congratulated her, while others criticized Ayesha for following the crowd and undergoing surgery to compete with the Kardashians.

Sporting News took issue with Ayesha's sudden change in attitude.

"In 2015, Ayesha Curry tweeted some thoughts that sent Twitter into a frenzy. She commented on how 'everyone's into barely wearing clothes these days.'

Some people on Twitter felt as if Ayesha Curry's 2015 comments were hypocritical of her wearing posting a photo of herself wearing a two-piece swimsuit. Essentially, her photo sparked the debate her 2015 tweets all over again."

 

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Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, lost the lease on her trendy restaurant in Houston after one-and-a-half years in operation.

The 30-year-old Food Network host opened the "grill obsessed" International Smoke restaurant in Houston's upscale CityCentre in 2018.

The restaurant closed last week after the lease on the 6,000-square-foot space was abruptly canceled over failure to pay back rent.

Regulars were surprised to see the restaurant shuttered last week, but Ayesha's name caused many Houstonians to shun the place.

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"This is absolutely the worst place to go," wrote one reviewer. "Her husband ripped our hearts out and now she has the guts to open up a place here? I would never set foot in this place even if it was the last place on earth."

According to a press release, International Smoke is a collaboration between Curry and chef Michael Mina, who operates restaurants in South Florida and the West Coast.

"Curry and Mina believe food is the heart of community, and International Smoke spices up any city it calls home," according to the company website.

Curry and Mina also co-own 5 restaurants in locations including San Francisco, Aventura (Miami), and San Diego.