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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.

What do you think?
 

 

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Ciara is struggling to lose the last 48 lbs she gained prior to delivering her third child.

The 34-year-old singer gave birth to son Win Wilson - her second child with husband Russell Wilson - on July, 23, but she is having a hard time losing the baby weight.

The part-time singer is wasting no time starting her journey to regaining her stick-thin pre-pregnancy figure.

In an Instagram post on Monday, Ciara told her followers she's going to "work really hard" to shed the 48 pounds.

"48lbs to go! Starting the game plan tomorrow!!" she wrote. "P.s. don't know how easy it's going be considering 3 baby's now! Going to work really hard at this! Let's go Mamma's"

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Ciara is also mother to three-year-old daughter Sienna with Russell, and six-year-old son Future Zahir with her ex-fiancé, rapper Future Hendrix.

The "1, 2 Step" singer previously lost weight by following a strict diet regimen which involves eating only small portions of meals and drinking a lot of water.

She is normally rail thin due to her very active lifestyle and good genes.

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She also dances and exercises religiously, and told PEOPLE magazine: "I feel like I can conquer the world on the days I work out, and it's very rewarding."

Ciara's fans were confused, asking where the 48 pounds were because they don't see the extra baby weight.

One IG user wrote: "Dont rush it i just had my 3rd baby and its a journey but its possible. Good luck mama."

Another user wrote:

"As I have seen on other topics you speak to please be just as mindful of your influence now. 1, you just had your child. You should be allowing your body real healing time. There should be no pressure for the "snap back". 2, Keep in mind that majority of your followers do not have your resources."

 

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Ciara Wilson is determined to teach her kids to know that they are more privileged than most Black children in America.

She wants her three children to appreciate the significance of giving back to the community from a young age.

The "Level Up" singer is partnering with Discover for its Eat It Forward campaign, to give $25,000 awards to 200 Black-owned restaurants around the U.S. amid the Covid-19 crisis.

Speaking to PEOPLE just days before the arrival of her newborn son, Win Wilson, the hitmaker insisted it's "important" her kids, daughter Sienna Princess, 3, and her son Future Zahir, 6, "know mom and dad didn't have a lot growing up".

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"It's so important to us to instil the same morals that were instilled in us growing up and the same philosophy that we had growing up," she explained. "We worked hard for everything that we have, and I think it's always important to remind our kids of that, because they definitely are at a much better starting point than we were when we were younger."

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Highlighting the couple's commitment to helping those in need, the "1, 2 Step" star went on to admit that "one of the greatest rewards of what we do is being blessed enough to give back."

"The reality is that, during Covid, the black community in particular has been disproportionately hit and affected by the magnitude of what has unfolded. A lot of these restaurants are pillars in their communities. It's hard for the families that own them when it's their lifeline to take care of their households... In this whole era of everything that's going on, I was trying to find the best way to use my platform to make a difference."
 

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Ciara Wilson is a new mom after giving birth to her second son, Win Harrison Wilson.

The 24-year-old "Goodies" singer and her husband, Russell Wilson, announced the new arrival via Instagram on Friday.

"Happy Birthday WIN!!! Mommy & Daddy Love You! Win Harrison Wilson 7.23.2020 8lbs 1 oz," Wilson captioned a photo of the beaming couple, with little Win, covered in vernix caseosa, resting on mum's chest.

The baby is Ciara's third child - she has a six-year-old son, named Future, from her romance with rapper Future Hendrix, and a daughter, Sienna, she shares with her husband.

The 34-year-old singer recently revealed she was taking extra precautions to protect her then-unborn child during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Explaining the safety measures she used when going for an ultrasound scan, she told British Vogue, "I wanted to be really cautious. When the image of the baby came on the screen, I FaceTimed Russ in the car so that he could see. I had a little Ziploc bag of gloves for the appointment and then I had my mask. When I went from one room to the other, I switched to a new pair of gloves."

The star says going to have a scan without her husband was particularly tough because he is such a doting dad.

"We women carry the baby, but for my husband, being in the room and listening to the heartbeat in real-time is one of his ways of connecting," she explained. "For him not to be part of that was a symbol of this time that we're living through."
 

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Pregnant celebrities Ciara Wilson (left) and Teyana Taylor showed off their growing baby bumps in photos on their Instagram pages.

Teyana posed in a photo with her husband Iman Shumpert and their daughter, Iman Shumpert, Jr.

Ciara is an aspiring photographer who arranges her own photo shoots and takes the photos herself by using a timer on her camera.

Comedian Kevin Hart's pregnant wife Eniko Hart also shared photos of her baby bump on social media.

The couple is expecting their second child, a girl. The glowing homemaker captioned her photos: "Rise & Shine
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Ciara Wilson shared a sweet video of her husband, NFL quarterback Russell Wilson, styling their daughter Sienna's hair.

The 31-year-old father-of-2 is seen brushing Sienna's 3c natural hair into a bun.

Ciara captioned the video:

"My Beautiful Black Man and My Beautiful Black Princess...

Worship and Hairstyling #Sunday."

Ciara, who is expecting the couple's 2nd biological child, commented on the fears she has for her 6-year-old son, Future Zahir, in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder at the hands of a white police officer.

"My sweet Baby Boy. I pray that when you get older A CHANGE will finally have come!! I'm going to keep my FAITH! I'm praying that the losses of our Black Kings and Queens won’t be in vain. Enough is Enough! I'm praying for UNITY! I'm praying for the powers that be to unite and decide that it's time for a change!"

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Ciara Wilson has canceled upcoming concerts to protect her unborn baby amid growing fears of the coronavirus outbreak. The Grammy-winning singer canceled a March 19 concert in Texas, which was scheduled to celebrate the grand opening of the new Fort Hood USO.

The concert will be rescheduled later this year, according to the Associated Press. Ciara, who is pregnant with her third child, released a statement to the AP.

"With the continued spread of the coronavirus throughout the U.S., as a pregnant woman, my doctors have advised me to limit travel and large group gatherings," Ciara said.

"I am disappointed I won't be able to return this month to the place where I was born, Ft. Hood Texas, and put on the amazing show we had planned," the 34-year-old said.

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Ciara and her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, share 2-year-old daughter, Sienna Princess.

She also has a son, 5-year-old Future Zahir Wilburn, by promiscuous rapper Future Hendrix, 36. The father of 9 is working on a baby with current girlfriend Lori Harvey, 22.

Other stars who have postponed concerts amid irrational overreaction to the virus include singer Justin Bieber, rockers Green Day and singer Avril Lavigne.

The South by Southwest music festival in Texas is canceled, as is Miami's world-famous electronic music festival, Ultra.

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Future Hendrix drew scorn on Black Twitter when he posted an image of Instagram model girlfriend Lori Harvey and objectified her body.

The 38-year-old rapper angered feminists on Black Twitter when he shared a graphic photo of Lori relaxing in the nude by the side of a pool.

The father-of-8 posted an image of Lori's exposed butt cheeks, and he captioned the image "Proud of u. #lifeisgood."

Future shared the image on Instagram.com not long after his ex-fiancé Ciara's husband Russell Wilson shared a photo of Future and Ciara's son in his Little League baseball uniform.

Wilson captioned the image: "OPENING DAY of Little League! So much fun! Proud of you growing up #BestDays."

Future often stalks Russell and Ciara's social media timelines and he often throws subtle digs at them out of petty jealousy or depression.

Question: Is Future being petty and disrespectful to Lori?
 

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Ciara Wilson is pregnant with her third child. The part-time singer and Seattle homemaker, 34, took to Instagram to share the happy news on Thursday, Jan. 30.

She simply captioned the shot, "Number 3," tagging her Seattle Seahawks quarterback husband Russell Wilson as the photographer.

She shared a snap of her standing atop a rock formation on the beach, showing off her blossoming baby bump in a red bikini.

The child is the third for Ciara and the second for Russell, 31. They share 2-year-old daughter, Sienna Princess.

Ciara also has a son, five-year-old Future Zahir, with her ex-fiancé, rapper Future Hendrix.

Ciara and Russell began dating in early 2015 and wed the following year.
 

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Celebrations have already begun around the world as revelers say goodbye to 2019 and ring in a brand new decade on Tuesday night.

If you plan on staying in, here is a list featuring New Year's celebrations and countdown shows on television.

New Year's Eve With Steve Harvey

Rapper/actor LL Cool J (pictured top) is the headliner on Fox's New Year's Eve hosted by Steve Harvey starting at 8 p.m. ET. Other performers include Tyga, The Chainsmokers, Florida Georgia Line, and The Village People, who will attempt to break the world record for the biggest "YMCA" dance.
 

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Dick Clark's Rockin’ Eve On ABC

Dick Clark's Rockin' Eve, hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Lucy Hale in New York's Times Square. Singer Ciara Wilson (pictured) will host from Los Angeles and actor Billy Porter is live in New Orleans.

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Ciara (pictured right) will be joined in L.A. by Megan Thee Stallion (pictured left), Paula Abdul, Salt-N-Pepa, and more. Porter will be joined by Usher, Sheryl Crow, and more. There are live performances by Post Malone, BTS, Sam Hunt, and Alanis Morissette in L.A. and the Jonas Brothers will perform in Miami, Florida. The show starts at 8 p.m. on ABC.
 

A Toast to 2019!

Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager host NBC's New Year's Eve special featuring Kristen Bell, Maya Rudolph and others. The fun starts at 8 p.m. ET.
 

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NBC's New Year's Eve 2020

Carson Daly and Julianne Hough host NBC New Year's Eve 2020, with live performances by Ne-Yo, Brett Eldredge, Julianne Hough, Leslie Odom, Jr., Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and more. The countdown begins at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Ciara returned to her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, to surprise students using computer coding skills to remix her songs.

The 34-year-old R&B singer sat in on a class at Paul Duke STEM High School in Norcross, a suburb northeast of Atlanta.

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The STEM school focuses on science, technology, engineering and math education. The students used their coding skills to remix the R&B star's hit songs "Melanin" and "Set".

The "Body Party" singer spoke to the class and watched students rework her music, as they participated in a competition sponsored by Amazon’s future engineer program.

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Using EarSketch, a platform developed by Georgia Institute of Technology that teaches computer science through music remixing, students will submit their creations for judging and could win Amazon gift cards or a trip to Seattle to present their work.

Ciara moved to Atlanta as a teenager and graduated from a high school outside of Atlanta before joining the hip hop group, Hearsay. She went on to launch a successful career as a songwriter and solo performer.

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Singers Ciara (pictured), Idina Menzel, TLC and Kelly Rowland were among the performers who braved strong winds to celebrate the holiday at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City on Thursday, Nov. 28.
 

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Idina Menzel performed the holiday classic "Sleigh Ride". Menzel, 48, performed on top of the Balsam Hill float. She wore a luxurious light brown coat with fur trim and white knit hat.
 

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The ladies of TLC, T-Boz and Chili, waved to fans as they rode atop a huge float, while Ciara, and Rowland all wrapped up warm as they sang for the crowds atop elaborate floats.
 

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Ciara, wife of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, made sure everyone in the crowd knew her name as she performed atop a giant float.
 

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The event also featured live sets from Ashanti (pictured), the Black Eyed Peas, Chicago, NCT 127, Lea Michele, Billy Porter, Natasha Bedingfield, Debbie Gibson, and The Roots.
 

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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade almost canceled its traditional colorful big balloons due to the strong wind gusts, but the New York Police Department announced the giant balloons would be allowed to fly lower than normal just moments before the parade was set to start.

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Ciara Wilson drops new music titled "Melanin" featuring Lupita Nyong'o's rap persona "Troublemaker", Ester Dean, City Girls and La La Anthony. The single celebrates dark skinned women and the men who love them.

"This is ultimately an anthem of self-love, which is a journey I've been on since my Beauty Marks album," says Ciara. "It celebrates the beautiful shades of culture that comprise the inner and outer beauty of everyone. Embracing the unique nature of our skin tones threads together the tapestry of humankind."

The project features Lupita's "Troublemaker" rap alter ego, first introduced last month on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

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Actress and socialite La La Anthony adds her Latina swagger to the song. Multiplatinum Miami hip-hop duo City Girls members JT and Yung Miami drop verses on the track.

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The song doubles as JT's first official release since her recent incarceration. "Melanin" was co-written and produced by Ester Dean, who also lent her vocals to the hook.

Purchase / stream "Melanin" HERE.

Stay tuned for the music video via Beauty Marks Entertainment/ADA.
 

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Janet Jackson heaped praise on Ciara's "too cute" children for dressing as her and big brother Randy Jackson for Halloween.

Ciara shared a snap of 5-year-old son Future Zahir Wilburn and 2-year-old daughter Sienna Princess as they rocked out in matching pink costumes on her Instagram page.

Ciara, 34, captioned the shot "The Jacksons", and the picture quickly caught the attention of Janet, 53, who commented with a sweet and simple: "Too cute," WENN.com reports.

While many fans assumed Future was dressed as Janet's late brother Michael, others were quick to point out that he was actually dressed as Randy, now 57.

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Janet and her brother Randy were the youngest members of the musical Jackson family from Gary, Indiana. The two siblings joined their famous brothers - Michael, Marlon, Jermaine, Tito and Jackie - when they performed on the road during summer breaks.

Janet and Randy were popular for their grown up skits during the Jacksons' dinner & show tours. Little Janet brought the house down when she delivered Mae West's famous line to Randy: "Why don't you come up and see me sometime?"

Randy became an official member of the Jacksons in 1976 when he replaced older brother Jermaine, who left the group to pursue a solo career with Motown after contract negotiations fell through. Motown kept the "Jackson 5" name.

 

Future and Sienna's costumes were created by designer Michael Costello, who told E! News that Ciara was "very hands on" during the process of designing the outfits. Future's tuxedo and Sienna's dress both took between three to four days to complete, and cost between $1,200 and $1,400 apiece.

"I think the costumes are just super special because they're fun, they're youthful, they're a timeless classic," he explained. "I like that Ciara wanted to do something vintage-inspired and super adorable. I love the thought and creative process behind it. It's just fun! And it's refreshing because I'm kind of sick and tired of seeing superheroes and zombies everywhere."

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Ciara and husband Russell Wilson's costumes weren't as original or as cute as their kids' costumes. CiCi and Russ dressed up as Beyonce and Jay-Z visiting the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

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