Ayesha Curry Slams Trolls For Creating Mean Memes Of Her Family — See Her Tweets

Ayesha Curry is NOT amused over internet trolls! The basketball wife slams back at her haters on Twitter once again after users create mean memes of her family. See her tweets here! Ayesha Curry, 27, hit back at Twitter haters after 'inappropriate' photoshopped images of her family were created for cruel memes. On thing is for sure, if you mess with her, she WILL not be silent about it!

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Another day, another troll — a reoccurring trend in Ayesha’s social media world. After recently battling internet trolls, Steph Curry‘s, 28, wife is on the defense again because of photoshopped memes of her family making their way through the Twitter-verse. She reacted to the harsh pics with her own tweets saying, “It’s the inappropriate photoshopped pictures that are insulting to both me and the other families, husbands, fathers, wives in them 1/2.”

Ayesha continued, “I could care less about ‘L’s’ keep sending them. At this point you guys are insulting both sides with the inappropriate photos.”

These “pictures” the mother-of-two is referencing are altered images such as, her face swapped with a crying Michael Jordan, 53, in a photo with her husband.

Another meme you’ll come across — Cleveland Cavaliers forward, LeBron James, 31. In the doctored image you can see “King James” in place of Steph in family photos.

But, the latest meme making it’s way around Twitter is of Kyrie Irving, 24, a point guard for the Cavs. His head is placed over the head of Steph in a family photo as well. OUCH, that’s a bit personal, don’t you think?

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As HollwoodLife.com previously reported, Steph almost cut off his own Wi-Fi after the Warriors star’s wife had a little Twitter outburst. She SLAMMED officials for what she thought were bad calls against the Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against Cavs on June 16. “I’ve lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money,” she tweeted after Steph was ejected from the game in the fourth quarter. “Or ratings in not sure which. I won’t be silent. Just saw it live sry.”

On the bright side, we’re happy the outspoken cookbook author is standing up for herself against internet bullies! YOU GO GIRL!

HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Ayesha’s remarks? Tell us what you think in the comments below!

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