Stephen Curry defends the dance of Milly Rock by Ayesha Curry: 'Today is a slow day of news, I see'

Stephen Curry defends the dance of Milly Rock by Ayesha Curry: 'Today is a slow day of news, I see'

Stephen Curry is a warrior on and off the court. The athlete faced critics of his wife Ayesha Curry's dance moves through his Instagram Stories on Wednesday.

"Today is a slow news day," said the basketball player who married in 2011. "Just make sure you send the video of you dancing at the opening of your own restaurant."

"We're going to keep Milly Rocking until that happens, you know what I'm saying '?" I've added.

Ayesha, cookbook author, and TV presenter became a hot topic on Twitter on Wednesday after they took pictures of her dance moves at the new location of her International Smoke restaurant chain made waves. A new International Smoke located in Del Mar opens on Friday, according to the restaurant's website.

The critics were ruthless.

"I feel so bad for Steph," wrote one person.

"The first man to sleep voluntarily on the couch ..." he posted another photo of Stephen.

"How embarrassed is this second-hand about this?" commented another.

Others on the social media site came to his defense.

"Ayesha Curry has no problem, she's just building a career and loving (repentance) her family." Why is it so difficult? "asked a Twitter user.

"Imagine being in the opening of your third or fourth restaurant and not being able to dance like a fool with the family and celebrate without making fun of it because they are jealous," commented another. "Oh, yes, how dare to be happy and foolish THE REAL TRUTH".

"The Internet makes everything so serious," an advocate said. "She's dumb and I love #AyeshaCurry #stophatin"

Wednesday is not the first time that Mr. Curry came out in defense of his wife. In May, I praised her for her sincere comments on "Red Table Talk," which resulted in a backlash.

In the Facebook Watch series presented by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, Ayesha.

"Something that really bothers me, and you have honestly given me a bit of insecurity, is the fact that yes, there are all these women, like, throwing themselves (at him), but I, like the past." 10 years, I have nothing of that, "he said. "I have zero, this sounds weird, but I like male attention, and then I start to internalize it and say: 'Is there something wrong with me?' "

Pinkett Smith admitted that she also "was with that for years" when she was younger.

"I do not want it," Curry added, "but it would be nice to know that someone is looking."

Stephen praised his wife for being honest in an Instagram story.

"I'm proud of you for being authentic and putting yourself out there, not being afraid of the possibles # * # bulls and nonsense that could get to you," posted a photo of the couple. "Much more positive than negative with all this, it's still you.