Twitter Goes In On Ayesha Curry for Slut-Shaming Women

Twitter Goes In On Ayesha Curry for Slut-Shaming Women

The basketball wife blasts those who don't keep it covered up.

Published December 6th

Oh no! Ayesha Curry caught major fade from Twitter on Sunday after tweeting some seemingly judgmental comments about how women should dress.

The wife of the current NBA MVP Stephen Curry went on Twitter last night to share her thoughts on what she saw in a women's fashion magazine. “Everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters,” she tweeted with a few cry-laughing emojis. “Just looking at the latest fashion trends. I’ll take classy over trendy any day of the week. #saturdaynightinsight.” 

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Some of her followers did not take too kindly to the slut-shaming, and quickly let her know that the way a woman dresses has nothing to do with her self-worth. “Ok lmao what is your point people can dress how they want, your opinion is irrelevant,” one tweeter said. 

“But who says showing a little skin isn’t classy?” added another.

“If you think a woman deserves more or less respect depending on her clothing…. thats internalized misogyny,” a user pointed out before adding, “the way you dress has nothing to do with the way you ‘hold yourself’, nor does it have to do with sexual promiscuity.”

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Plenty of people jumped to Ayesha's defense, including some her of her celeb pals:

Chrissy Teigen speaks the truth, BTW. Anyway, the debate rages on about how women should dress. We know Amber Rose wouldn't agree with Ayesha's comments. Do you?

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Written by Evelyn Diaz

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