Ayesha Curry sends 'hundreds' of nudes to hubby Steph Curry when NBA star is playing away from home
It's no surprise Ayesha and Steph want to keep the romance alive, especially after being together for so many years, and more so when Steph is away from home playing with the Golden State Warriors.
Ayesha Curry has revealed how she keeps her marriage spicy with husband Steph Curry. She recently admitted to sending "hundreds" of nudes to the NBA star whenever he's playing away from home.
The pair met as teenagers before eventually tying the knot in 2011. They later had three children together, namely Riley, 6, Ryan, 3, and their 11-month-old son Canon, Metro reports. It's no surprise Ayesha and Steph want to keep the romance alive, especially after being together for so many years, and more so when Steph is away from home playing with the Golden State Warriors.
According to Ayesha, 30, she sends her beau "hundreds" of nude photos. However, she worries they are at risk of being leaked considering Steph doesn't look after his phone that much. "He won’t delete them off his phone, he’s not that secure with his phone so it’s actually one of the scariest things in my life," the chef told E!’s 'Daily Pop'.
During the conversation, Ayesha also spoke about the controversy surrounding Bella Thorne, who defiantly leaked her own nudes last week after allegedly being threatened by a hacker. She advised those who want to send intimate photos to their partners to shoot from the "neck down" only.
Ayesha recently sparked backlash after stating she's "bothered" other men don't crave her anymore now that she's married to an NBA star.
Ayesha confessed the same during an episode of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk.
"Something that really bothers me and like honestly has given me a sense of a little bit of insecurity is the fact that, yeah, there are all these women like throwing themselves [at my husband]," she said. "But me, I don’t have any of that. Like, I have zero — it sounds weird — but, like, male attention."
"And so then I begin to internalize it, and I’m like, is something wrong with me?" she added.
But doting husband Steph defended his beloved wife during an interview with USA Today, saying her comments were "taken out of context."