Ayesha Curry Kills Haters With Kindness After Backlash Over Lack of Male Attention Comments
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The cookbook author is criticized and mocked for admitting in an interview on 'Red Table Talk' that she feels insecure over the fact that she doesn't get male attention at all in ten years.

AceShowbiz - Rather than angrily ranting on social media due to criticism, Ayesha Curry apparently prefers to kill her haters with kindness. Following backlash that she received for admitting to feeling insecure over the lack of male attention on her, the cookbook author recently responded to it by encouraging her haters to get candid about their insecurities.

Posting on Instagram a picture of her throwing a shoe to the garbage can, Ayesha began her lengthy response with a reference to Marie Kondo's famous "spark joy" remarks. "I have never been one to cage my feelings and emotions to any capacity. I am human," she said. "It brings me pure joy to speak my mind, be vulnerable at times and to know myself inside and out."

Addressing the criticism for speaking out about her insecurity, Ayesha went on encouraging her haters to "speak their truth regardless of perception, fitting into a mold or offending someone, because it's YOUR truth. And that's okay! If what I'm not afraid to say out loud about being a 30yr mama of 3 helps another woman like me feel like they're not alone and not the only one with an insecurity (because we ALL have them, don't play) then that makes all of this hoopla worth it."

The restaurateur concluded her post, "As woman let's continue to uplift, empower and not suppress and compress our feelings and thoughts, as fleeting as some of them may be. Love to you all! Go FIND YOUR JOY and SPEAK YOUR TRUTH unapologetically."

Ayesha was previously mocked and criticized after she got candid about feeling insecurity over the fact that her husband, Stephen Curry, often gets attention from the opposite sex, while she doesn't. "Something that really bothers me, and, honestly, has given me a sense of a little bit of an insecurity, is the fact that there are all these women throwing themselves [at him], but me -- for the past 10 years -- I don't have that," she said on "Red Table Talk". "Like I have zero, this sounds weird, male attention. So then I begin to internalize it, like, 'Is something wrong with me?' "

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