I can't believe we have already gotten here, but I think I feel bad for Ayesha Curry. It's not because she didn't bring this tsunami of online trolling on herself with an accusatory tweet that made a 2nd grader throwing his controller after losing in 'Madden' look mature. It's because she had no idea what she was getting herself into when she did.
If there's anything we have learned about Ayesha Curry since LeBron fee-fi-fo-fummed all over her Warriors it's that she doesn't have what it takes to survive on the mean streets of twitter. Sure, it was all well and good when Steph Curry was the best player on the planet, putting up one of the greatest seasons ever, for the winningest regular season team of all time. However, things changed drastically when Draymond Green started annihilating nut sacs and her favorite team wasn't so damn lovable anymore. The Warriors taking on a villainous role, of sorts, put Ayesha Curry is a position where she had to make the social media equivalent of the jump from high school to the pros. It was no longer a bunch of people kissing her ass and telling her she could do no wrong. Instead it was people looking for reasons to tear her down, and she handled the transition in Kwame Brown-esque fashion.
Her whiney, high brow responses to people being mean on the internet are a surefire sign that she's in over her head. She's fighting fire with gasoline and the results have been all too predictable. I mean, come on...it was clear as day that this autograph request was a set-up. You can't be more naive then sliding into Championship Mode's DM's and thinking someone with the handle @_jimbo_slice_79 genuinely wanted a personalized cookbook. The lackluster filter she's got up is about as penetrable as her husband's one-on-one defense, and it's got her taking more online L's than the actual players that choked away a 3-1 series lead...