“Gonna Be a Hard Year”: After Stephen Curry ‘Gets Into Trouble’ in His Marriage, Wife Ayesha Pens Emotional Message

Published 02/11/2023, 4:32 PM EST

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The players throughout the NBA have an extremely monotonous routine that requires a lot of dedication. The pressures faced by the stars of the league sometimes affect their personal lives as well. Naturally, Ayesha Curry’s recent words on her social media struck a chord with many as she looked up to the challenges for the upcoming year. As Stephen Curry is one of the best players the NBA has ever produced, his workload must be difficult to manage along with balancing his family time. However, the Baby-Faced assassin recently ‘got into trouble’ with his wife for a bizarre reason.

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Ayesha Curry wrote a heartfelt note on Instagram explaining the challenges of 2023, and how she’s gearing up to face them. Additionally, she showed support for her husband as he gears up for another year of personal and professional achievements.

Ayesha Curry on Stephen Curry’s sleeping pattern and the upcoming year

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In some of her recent stories on Instagram, Ayesha Curry couldn’t help but troll her husband Stephen Curry with a meme. The meme mentioned how married couples “get into trouble” for falling asleep too quickly. Apparently, the Golden State Warriors no. 30 is notorious for sleeping as soon as he falls on the bed, which is very annoying for his wife.

Well, one could imagine how the amount of training that Curry undergoes makes him tired. However, it seems like he needs to be cognizant of his wife’s rage too. “I struggle so bad. When I tell you I be getting peeeeeved,” wrote Ayesha jokingly, while talking about SC30 falling asleep too fast.

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Following that, Ayesha acknowledged 2023 with a heartfelt note. She mentioned how she is ready to face the challenges that come with it.

2023 is all about gassing up my friends and family about their hard work and passions and filling space with love and intention for myself and the people around me that fill up my cup,” said Ayesha. She further added, “It’s going to be a beautiful year. It’s going to be a hard year too. BUT, I’m going to TRY and celebrate every precious moment with a ‘Heart full of gratitude and a mind full of peace’ “.

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Ayesha has many things to look forward to except just her husband, as her 4-year-old company, ‘Sweet July’ is trying to establish itself.

Ayesha Curry making huge attempts to establish ‘Sweet July’

‘Sweet July’ is Ayesha Curry’s attempt to create a brand that deals with lifestyle products. The 33-year-old cookbook author’s love for food is also inculcated in her brand as she wants the best for her consumers. The company also deals in food products, as Ayesha couldn’t help herself from indulging in stuff from the pantry.

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The brand debuted in Bloomingdale last year, and the upcoming months of 2023 are going to be crucial in determining the vision of the company. Naturally, Ayesha has a lot to look forward to in 2023.

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Shankha Shuvra Das

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Shankha Shuvra Das is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. He holds a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Economics and has extensive experience in freelance content creation, especially in the field of technology. Shankha's passion for covering the sport of basketball stems from his love for the NBA, which he has been following closely for several years now.
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