Is Ayesha Curry pregnant? Truth behind tweet after Stephen Curry’s MVP win that left fans confused

Steph and Ayesha repeatedly hugged and kissed after he was named the MVP of the 2022 NBA Finals


                            Is Ayesha Curry pregnant? Truth behind tweet after Stephen Curry’s MVP win that left fans confused
Stephen Curry with wife Ayesha Curry (Photo by Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Eat. Learn. Play.)
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Ayesha Curry came up with a unique method to honor her husband Stephen Curry's MVP victory after the Warriors defeated the Celtics in the NBA Finals. She sent out a cheeky tweet that gave admirers plenty of feed for jokes.

Stephen's outstanding performance this season had received numerous compliments on Twitter. After leading the Warriors to victory in the finals, he also received his first Most Valuable Player Award. Ayesha embraced her husband in the stadium as she was ecstatic about Stephen and the Warriors' win. Her tweet praising Stephen's victory, however, received a lot of response from fans. Some people began to wonder if she was pregnant.

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Ayesha tweeted something naughty: "On the menu tonight: SF Hot Pot with a side of Curry GOAT," after the NBA finals. 


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Many of Ayesha's fans laughed at her cheeky message, which made some people wonder if she was indeed expecting. Due to what transpired after Stephen won the NBA Finals in 2015 and 2018, pregnancy rumors have surfaced on social media, and on both of those times, Ayesha delivered babies.

One fan wrote, "Lmao every time Curry wins a chip Ayesha is pregnant," while another wrote, "I feel like Ayesha gets pregnant after each NBA championship Steph brings home. #4 soon come? @ayeshacurry"

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This other individual coming strong regarding the analogy wrote, "Ayesha DEFINITELY getting pregnant tonight. Next Curry baby in the queue," and this another individual agreeing to it wrote, "Ayesha Curry bout to pop up pregnant AGAIN."


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The celebrity is not expecting a child, for those who are perplexed by Ayesha's tweet and the conversation that followed. The Canadian-American actress, businesswoman, cookbook author, and television celebrity has three children with Steph Curry. The oldest is Riley Elizabeth Curry, 9, Canon W. Jack Curry, their youngest child, 3, and Ryan Carson Curry, their second child, who is 6. The couple has been married for eleven years. They married in 2011 after originally meeting in high school and the early times of the '00s, they began dating. Ayesha, a successful celebrity chef, most recently made an appearance on Hailey Bieber's popular YouTube series 'Who's In My Bathroom?'

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First Finals MVP award

Steph has been among the NBA's best players for a decade, and has had the Warriors in the Finals in six of the past eight seasons, but despite his two regular season MVP awards, he'd never earned the top individual honor of the Finals. But this time theer could have been no doubt. Curry was the unanimous selection from the Finals MVP voters. And he definitely earned it in this series.

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Curry collapsed on the court in tears with 3.3 seconds left in the game while the Warriors were up by 13 as the realization that he won his fourth NBA title started to sink. "I’m so proud of our group. I thank God every day that I get to play this game at the highest level," Curry said later. "This is what is all about, playing for a championship and what we’ve been through these last three years. Beginning of the season, nobody thought we would be here expect everybody on this court. It’s amazing. Very surreal."

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Curry shared an emotional embrace with Steve Kerr after the final buzzer: “We did it coach. We did it."