The Slatest

Ayesha Curry Says NBA “Rigged for Money,” Alleges Father Was Racially Profiled

Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha, attend the Andre Ward fight against Sullivan Barrera in their IBF Light Heavyweight bout at Oracle Arena on March 26 in Oakland, California.

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Some theorize that the Cleveland Cavaliers have tied up the NBA Finals because LeBron James is very good at basketball. Ayesha Curry is not persuaded by that theory. After her husband, Steph, fouled out and got ejected for flinging his mouth guard, Ayesha let it be known that Game 6 was not on the up and up.

The world’s most controversial couscous-recipe-tweeting demi-celebrity immediately deleted that tweet, then followed it up with several more tweets’ worth of explanation.

Steve Kerr’s daughter Maddy did not have a great time in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena either.

Last week, Maddy was also reportedly the victim of an aggressive Cavaliers fan.

Game 7 is on Sunday night. Someone will win. Someone will lose. And lots of people will be mad online.