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Watch Steph Curry’s Wife Ayesha Dry Humping His NBA Finals MVP Trophy After Warriors’ Victory

Videos of drunk Steph Curry’s wife Ayesha Curry dry-humping his NBA finals MVP trophy after the Golden Warriors’ victory over the Boston Celtics to earn their fourth championship in eight seasons have gone viral on the internet with a bunch of reactions.

Ayesha was overly-excited and had to do something crazy to celebrate the win via TPS;

On Thursday night, the chef and author celebrated after her husband Stephen Curry led the Golden State Warriors to a win over the Boston Celtics to earn their fourth championship in eight seasons.

The 33-year-old could be seen clearly wasted and dry-humping the NBA Finals MVP trophy on the dance floor.

She also made sure to roast the Boston Celtics fan base after they took shots at her cooking skills. Ayesha has authored several cookbooks and released a line of cookware.

“On the menu tonight: SF Hot Pot with a side of Curry GOAT,” she wrote on Twitter after the 2022 NBA Finals win in Boston.

At a post-game press conference on Monday, Stephen showed his support for his wife by wearing a shirt that read, “Ayesha Curry CAN Cook,” in bold letters.

Celtics fans should have never said that Ayesha couldn’t cook.

The tale started during the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors. A sign outside of Game On, a bar in Boston, took a swing at family members of Warriors star Stephen Curry, with “Ayesha Curry can’t cook” written in chalk.

The point guard’s wife of more than 10 years, Ayesha, is an accomplished cook and restaurateur.

Responding to the dig, Stephen Curry walked into a news conference following Game 5 wearing a shirt that said “Ayesha Curry CAN cook.”

But the story didn’t end there.

After the bar manager at Game On saw Curry’s reaction, he updated the sign with a response: “Ayesha Curry STILL can’t cook” and attached two packages of Top Ramen Curry Noodles to the sign board, the manager told the Boston Herald.

Following that, the bar’s promotion manager put in an order for green shirts that say “Ayesha Curry can’t cook,” which the bar was selling for $20 a piece, the Herald reported.

Now, the Bay Area response to the bi-coastal roast is available for pre-sale purchase for $28, either online or at Ayesha Curry’s Oakland storefront, Sweet July.

All proceeds will go to No Kid Hungry, an organization aimed at ending childhood hunger.

Flip to the next page to watch the viral video and some of Twitter reactions.

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