Twitter is crowning Ayesha Curry as the queen of the “Pick Me” nation after a recent interview revealed her beef with Stephen Curry‘s overwhelming number fans and groupies. In the chat, Curry mentioned that for the past 10 years she has not gotten any attention from men and fans on Twitter are going for the jugular.
Curry was a guest on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk program and discussed the burden of being the wife of a famous athlete and the hardships that come with it. While it appears that Mrs. Curry was trying to use the context of her husband’s fame and the overzealous nature of some women seeking a photo or autograph, folks are seizing on one line for the most part.
“There are all these women throwing themselves [at her husband, but in] “the past 10 years, I don’t have any of that,” Mrs. Curry shared. “I have zero male attention. I begin to internalize it, ‘is something wrong with me?’”
In fairness, some fans on Twitter got what Mrs. Curry was trying to illustrate but with this being social media, the jokes were easier to get off versus patient thought. And as one Twitter user noted, how can a married woman be a “pick me” after the fact? We’re not picking sides here, just offering both sides.
Check out the Red Table Talk episode below with Ayesha Curry, and then continue on to check out the gallery of reactions from Twitter.
ayesha curry got on the red table and said “where the niggas at?” 😭🤣— 𝗯𝗿𝘆𝗮𝗻 👨🏾💻 (@matte_blackkkk) May 7, 2019
Being a pick me must be so damn stressful lol. I just finished watching Ayesha Curry’s red table talk were she talks about her insecurities about groupies being around her husband all the time. It gave her so much anxiety that she had to self medicate— Monica kassim (@Monicakassim1) May 6, 2019
Ayesha Curry really went on Red Table Talk complaining that she doesn’t get enough male attention OUTSIDE OF HER MARRIAGE. I’m flabbergasted.— Spoon (@babydollrae_) May 7, 2019
Ayesha Curry was pretty unbearable during the Red Table Talk, but I don't think she was wrong about anything. Even if you're in a relationship you still want feel sexy and want other men find you as such. And yes, you hoes need to stay away from Wardell! What's the issue?— n a t a l i e (@nataliethehero) May 7, 2019
Y’all watched the whole Red Table Talk with Ayesha Curry and only took away the part about groupies? Smh.— . (@no_idhiaa) May 7, 2019
No one:— Barflaan Tedoe (@The_Barftender) May 7, 2019
Not a single soul:
Ayesha Curry’s DMs after the Red Table Talk: pic.twitter.com/jqkrvLe3vO
y’all mad at ayesha curry for saying she feels uncomfortable w/ groupies being around her husband, but y’all will side-eye other women for even looking at your dusty ass boyfriends. is it oochie wally or one mic?— yeagerist (@somalijawn) May 7, 2019
Re: Ayesha Curry -- Watch the Red Table Talk. Decide for yourself. I will only say [again] that Pick Me ideology doesn't end with a ring. It's not *just* about being chose, but it's a constant effort to *remain* chosen. https://t.co/2iQW5FQRmn— D. Danyelle Thomas (@UnfitChristian) May 7, 2019
People so committed to Ayesha Curry slander someone just called her man 'ugly as fuck' and that's how I know it is all cap. This Dolezal ass nigga handsome and you know it. With a max contract and no fidelity scandals to boot. pic.twitter.com/D4xMX06xVK— Bazu Katika Mawingu (@Atuya254) May 7, 2019