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Fans of NBA superstar Steph Curry were shocked by his wife's dramatic new look. Ayesha Curry unveiled her new blonde hairstyle on Instagram -- much to the shock of Steph's fans.

"Who is this white lady to the right of him?" wrote one IG user.

Another wrote: "Hell I thought it was a random white girl at first."

Others compared Ayesha to former MLB star Sammy Sosa, a dark-skinned Hispanic who bleached his face white.

Many questioned whether the former brunette bleached her skin to achieve society's standard of beauty.

Despite the criticism, Steph seemed very excited by his wife's new look in a post on her Instagram.

She captioned the post: "Mom goes blonde (temporarily)."
 

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Ayesha Curry is slowly transitioning her husband Stephen Curry into the man of her dreams.

"She's tired of Steph being the nice guy... She's trying to bring out the gangsta in Steph Curry before she cheats on him," said Young Men's Daily Red Pill.

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Similarly, Ciara Wilson chased thugs most of her adult life before she finally settled on nice guy, Russell Wilson.

Not content to just be the wife of the NFL's richest quarterback, Ciara is trying to change him into the man she really wants between her sheets.

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Dr. Wendy Walsh explains that women like Ayesha and Ciara love emotionally unavailable men for a number of reasons.

One reason is because they were abused by a trusted male role model when they were younger.

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Dr. Walsh says these women have an Anxious Attachment Disorder. One third of all American women suffered some form of child abuse, and that abuse often came at the hands of someone they loved.

Walsh explains they only know inconsistent behavior from their men. So they seek out emotionally unavailable men "because they're hoping to make daddy love them this time."

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"They're actually more attracted to the guy who is less caregiving," says Dr. Walsh.

Even when women have an attentive, loving, giving man - they still lust after thugs.

Dr. Walsh explains that some women are simply insecure and they confuse a man's swagger and emotional unavailability with self-confidence.

"He's aloof, he's cool. I'm going to be the one to change him. I'm going to be the on to make the bad love me, because then I'll be able to love myself better."

Dr. Walsh says if you learn to love yourself first, you'll realize that bad boys are the one thing you definitely don't need.

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The internet is talking about Ayesha Curry grooming her husband Stephen Curry to be a gangsta thug.

According to the internet, Steph's dominant wife Ayesha totally rules him and their household. He doesn't appear to have the manly fortitude to tell his wife to back off and let him be the man and the head of their household.

In a recent video, Young Men's Daily Red Pill explains why Ayesha is grooming Steph to be the bad boy thug she never had.

"She's tired of Steph being the nice guy... She's trying to bring out the gangsta in Steph Curry before she cheats on him."

If you recall, Ayesha whined that she doesn't get enough male attention in her private messages as Steph receives from women in his direct messages on Instagram (Ayesha controls Steph's social media accounts).

YMDRP theorizes that Ayesha never had the chance to go through her "h*e phase" - so she's doing it now by undergoing plastic surgery and posting Thot pictures on the 'Gram.

He says women like Ayesha and Ciara Wilson are trying to groom their good men to be the bad boys they really want in their beds.

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Stephen Curry's wife, Ayesha, launched her new lifestyle magazine, titled Sweet July.

The premier issue is packed with articles on beauty tips, fashion, recipes, love and relationships, decorating, and profiles on social media influencers.

"I'm so nervous and excited about it," she tells PEOPLE. "This first issue is all about presence and gratitude, which I think is so important, not only in life, but especially right now. I just hope that people find a sense of peace from it."

Ayesha, referred to as "AC" in the magazine, shares photos from "an Epic Ladies Brunch," attended by her mother, Carol, grandmother, Gwendolyn, Stephen's mother, Sonya, and her sister, Maria.

Three generations of Ayesha's family are seen locked in a warm embrace in the "Community" column, and Carol, a mixed-race Jamaican, has her own column where she shares her "wisdom and unique point of view" with Ayesha's readers.

The "Connected" column, accompanied by a photo of AC in bed with her husband, Stephen, features an emotional conversation about love -- whether it's important to say it with words or actions.

And in the "Ask Mom Anything" feature, Ayesha tackles questions from her daughters Riley, 7, Ryan, 4. 1-year-old son, Canon, is featured in adorable photos.

The cover price is $9.99 USD, and the magazine is available via Amazon, Apple News+, Zinio, and the Barnes & Noble Nook.
 

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Stephen Curry's wife, Ayesha Curry trended on Twitter.com over the weekend when she unveiled her newly reconstructed face and body in pictures on Instagram.com.

The mother-of-3 was heavily criticized for posing in a bikini in photos taken by her NBA superstar husband.

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

Followers called her a hypocrite for "slut-shaming" women who wear skimpy clothes for the 'Gram.

"Everyone's into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters."

Fans accused Ayesha, 31, of trying to achieve the surgically altered Kardashian look.

After the backlash to her bikini photos, Ayesha took to Instagram to defend her new look in a video.

She told her followers she's "down 35 pounds" and "very happy to be me."

She added:

"I spent my entire 20s having babies, nursing Babies. Now it's my turn to nurse myself. I'm Jamaican, I'm strong, I'm fast and I'm resilient... Negativity only makes a mom go harder. Word to the wise."

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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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Stephen Curry's female fans woke up to find his nudes all over their Twitter timelines this morning. Suffice it to say they are not impressed by what they see.

The NBA superstar has some explaining to do after his nudes were allegedly leaked online by a former lover who attempted to shop the pics around, but received no bids.

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It's unclear if Curry's former lover is male or female or whether he cheated on his wife, Ayesha Curry.

The collection of photos shows Curry in various stages of arousal. In one suspect photo, Curry stands against a wall facing a man while holding a towel over his genitals.

Curry is the second celebrity to be the subject of ridicule and scorn because he doesn't measure up to his fans' expectations.

Rapper A$AP Rocky deleted his sex tape after he received terrible reviews for his "weak" stroke game.

But no one expected to see the day when Curry's nudes would leak. The NBA MVP is well-respected as a family man and a Christian.

A male Warriors fan tweeted:

"Saw Steph Curry was trending, and thought he was making progress from his injury, so I clicked on it. Worst decision of my life. I'm getting a lobotomy now."

And another user tweeted, "Steph Curry Nudes Leaked before Ayesha's."

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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.

Karrueche Tran and Victor Cruz are among the well-heeled celebrities showing their flair for fashion at the Men's S/S 2020 Louis Vuitton show in Paris, France on Thursday. Karrueche's ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, did Victor a favor by mocking his fashion sense.

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