In just a season, Ayesha Curry went from one-third of the cutest family in the league to public enemy number one.
After Lebron and the Cavaliers beat the Warriors on Sunday (June 20) in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, a small T-shirt company seized upon a "golden" opportunity. Ohio-based Lamp Apparel is now selling "Bye Ayesha" shirts, a play on the resurrected dis "Bye Felicia" from the film Friday. The company told TMZ they have been selling nonstop since Steph Curry's loss.
Ayesha's drama began when a few tweets she sent were interpreted as slut-shaming. Earlier this week, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith felt it necessary to explain to Ayesha how a basketball wife should behave after she tweeted that the NBA was rigged. Many fans seemed to agree with Smith, and Ayesha hasn't stopped catching flack for holding her husband down.
She since deleted that tweet and apologized, explaining that she fired it off in the heat of the moment when Steph was ejected from Game 6 for throwing his mouthpiece.
tweeted in the heat of the moment because the call was uncalled for.— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) June 17, 2016
Get your shirt is sizes from S to XXL, but Ayesha won't be worried. As her Twitter bio says, she's living in an "indestructible bubble of happiness."