Ayesha Curry: I’ll Never Call Myself A NBA Wife

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Ayesha Curry: I'll Never Call Myself A NBA Wife

Ayesha Curry

Ayesha Curry Will Never Call Herself A NBA Wife

Ayesha Curry is a business woman in her own right. The 28-year-old budding mogul is married to NBA star Steph Curry (they share two children) and has made her own name in the culinary world.

Ayesha Curry: I'll Never Call Myself A NBA Wife

In addition to opening her own flagship restaurant International Smoke, she also hosts the Food Network show “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen” and was a co-host on ABC’s “The Great American Baking Show.” Not to mention, she has a cookware line and is one of the faces of CoverGirl. So it’s no surprise that she juggles multiple hats and multiple titles. She says,

Obviously mom and wife first. Those are the two most important titles.

Ayesha Curry: I'll Never Call Myself A NBA Wife

Ayesha & Steph Curry

However, she doesn’t carry the title “NBA wife.”

I don’t think I’ll ever call myself that. I mean, I don’t think my husband would call himself ‘chef’s wife.’

She admits that she’s received some essential advice about being a wife, mom, while also keeping her own identity.

One thing that my mom always told me was to never lose yourself inside of your marriage. I’m happy that I’ve been able to find that so-called balance and be able to pursue my passions and take care of my family. 


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  • Get2knowme1st

    I’m sure she meant “chef’s husband”….IJS

  • Coco Mcluvin

    Well he is not the NBA, he is in the NBA.
    She is a chef, why might he not say that? *rolls eyes*
    If you don’t want to own a particular label, then just don’t.

  • MsPam

    If she wasn’t married to Steph Curry nobody would care about her.

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  • sunni_daze

    I get it. She has more to offer than just being married to a baller. She is doing her thing and the title NBA wife is rather dumb.

  • Monique B

    If it wasn’t for the NBA you nor your husband would exist. Use your big head for thinking before you put the NBA LEAGUE DOWN, REMEMBER THEY ARE THE ONES FEEDING YOUR FAMILY!!

  • currvalicious

    Though I understand where Ayesha’s coming from. However due to the NBA (& Curry’s popularity within the league) thus where her opportunities originated. It’s directly related to being an NBA wife, of a very popular player in particular. Also she welcomes the spotlight (for herself) whereas a lot of the other wives remain low key.

    • Ms. Jackson

      You couldn’t have said it better!

  • Deb Dyson

    Guess, she still wants her 15 seconds of fame otherwise why bother she’s still a wife & mother first she claims, her statement is dumb.

  • jas.?

    Girl bye, shes been annoying ever since she was talkin all that mess about the NBA being rigger when her main aint win one year, then was quiet the year after when he won!