Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry

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    I was watching the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs duke it out the other day and I heard a mention of Ayesha Curry, Stephen Curry’s wife. My brain did a double take. Steph Curry has a wife?

    Apparently so. The Warriors baller married Ayesha Alexander on July 30, 2011.

    I hope I’m not right on this one but I got to believe this was a mistake. Here you have a clean young buck, balling like a superstar at 25 years old, making millions in the NBA and he’s already tied down with a wife and kid.

    Ugh. While Ayesha Curry is no doubt decent looking, she falls into the cute category and I’d like to see Steph Curry’s mettle when he gets approached by some of the irresistible groupies that will approach him repeatedly throughout his career. (There are some women that are so fine that he will forget his wife’s name.)

    Basically, I’m hoping for the best for him because he went the marrying college sweetheart route rather than soaking up your prime route. I have no doubt he truly loves her but temptation gets tough on a young brother and a lot of fine cat is going to stray right in front of his face.

    As for Ayesha Curry’s race, I’m definitely thinking black and it looks like there’s an Asian mix, though it’s hard to tell. What do you think Steph Curry’s wife ethnicity is?

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      • Bri

        Stephen is actually a really humble and Christian guy. Ayesha is the same way and so perfect for him. I know this because we attend the same church and have mutual friends . He values his family so much more than these gold diggers that come a dime a dozen. I am so proud of him and people could actually take a few notes from this family. And yes his wife is black and Asian.

        • Ka mone

          I like your comment, actually Ayesha is Chinese Jamaican, & black.
          source..her own words

        • Natalie

          “Chinese Jamaican” so you mean basically jamaican w/ chinese mix and the other parent is just black? nice

        • Bullshit Detective

          No Chinese Jamaicans are chinese people born in Jamaica. They have no AA ancestry . I’ve met plenty because my mom is Jamaican their accents give me life lol. But nonetheless she’s gorg

        • Ying Yang

          Finally someone calls a spade a spade! Thank you for your accuracy. Truth is always welcomed.

        • Maya

          Calling a spade a spade would require us as Africans to stop pretending that Jamaicans are of a different ethnicity that isn’t African. Okay point made she isn’t of African-AMERICAN origin. But can we stop not identifying with our African roots just because we’re from another island. We sound silly. The black man originates from the continent of Africa. Period. Acknowledgment will do us wonders.

        • Ying Yang

          From that viewpoint then George Zimmerman is black. Just simply Google his gGrandfather who is very Black. Then the Travon/Zimmerman incident was unquestionably a “Black on Black” crime right? I welcome your response!

        • gg

          You are despicable. It is an erroneous concept to bring Zimmerman a killer of a child into this conversation. My God why on earth would you do that? I ask what is wrong with you, but I already know and there is no current medication nor will there ever be to treat your condition. You insensitive, flight of ideas idiot!

        • Rti

          You can call it whatever you want… I simply just call it murder!

        • Camille

          If you go to her Instagram you can see her mom is not fully Chinese and she’s saids what’s her parents are which is her mom is Jamaica and Chinese and her dad is polish and black.

        • Ying Yang

          If that is true it would make her quadra. If one follows the Jim Crow slave laws then that would make her all black and negate the 75% of the other ethnics? Could it be that Curry wanted a non black spouse like his dad picked?

        • Shopgirl

          Look geniuses, most American blacks have Caucasian or other ethnicities in their blood but they don’t go around calling themselves bi-racial or multi-racial. Ayesha is no more multiracial than most other American black people. Stop trying to make another successful black person into some sort of exotic bird.

        • Emily Stanford

          Her dad is 1/2 White, 1/2 Black and mom is 1/2 Jamaican, 1/2 Chinese. I don’t know what your problem is with appreciating diversity. No one is trying to make her “exotic”, those races are really what she is. Her mix is more recent than the “most blacks” you are referring that go way back in the day that it has become diluted with more African blood. Honestly, Steph Curry looks mixed and his mother is of Creole descent (not 100% African), but he identifies as “black” and I respect that. His wife is mixed. I don’t think you have the right to tell people what they are and what they should identify as.

        • Shopgirl

          I think you don’t understand. Most American black people are mixed. My mother’s skin is whiter than hers and her hair is straighter than hers. Do you think that came from Nigeria? Anyway Jamaica is an Island not a race. Most Jamaicans are black. American black people are still mixing with other races. If a biracial person marries a black person, most of their offspring don’t look multiracial but they are. To waste time analyzing what’s not black is a stupid waste of time. If your information is correct, Ms. Curry is 25% white maybe? So what? She’s less white than Barack Obama. Do Malia and Sasha look white to you? I’m suggesting that all Americans of African descent have the right to acknowledge all of their ancestry not just the African side. My European blood is not invalidated because my white blood was from my great grandparents. My point is that being racially diverse is not that unusual as a black American.

        • Ad

          It’s Canada tho, their very in tuned with their background because either their mom/ dad grandma/grandpa or both grew up in another country most likely!! Which makes them different than most American blacks they don’t just say their black they know their background and represent it!! She is 50% black 25% white and 25 % chinese!! If both of your parents are 50/50 then u are definately mixed!!

        • Shopgirl

          I don’t get your point. She is no different than American blacks. We’re called black regardless of our actual racial composition. I have relatives that are 50% white, But guess what? In America they’re called black. Some bi-racial people look that way, others look like any other black American. The dissection of how much of what race any given person of African descent is to prove they are “different” is simply ignorant. No one would care if She wasn’t married to a basketball star. I know so called black people that look more racially ambiguous than Curry. If they were nobodies they’d be black and nobody would care about their actual racial makeup. If they are rich and famous they’re called multiracial. Who gets to define what multiracial is anyway? Move on to a more intelligent debate.

        • gg

          Amen! Why are people so curious about A Black person’”makeup” only and only if they are rich and famous. People do get to decide who they are and the friend says that she is Black, so why are you pressing this.
          I will tell you why because if she is attractive and rich, famous in your eyes you have a need( conscious or unconscious to invalidate her African ancestry. You folks can not let go because of who she is married to and now being in the limelight. Because if you did not know her and saw her just like her friend stated you would say, another Black chick, beautiful but Black. She knows who she is her friends and family also know who she is….why are you tripping. Honey Black folks are integrated with everything let us decide who we are….damn. You gave us religion, names, and other stuff that was not our choice, is it ok we you if we tell you that we are Black and let you in on a secret….you gave us the Black designation because our skin was brown, Honey we are all shades that you could not possibly believe let it go.

        • rftallent

          In the U.S. if you have one drop of African American blood you are considered Black.

        • Ellen8135

          The one drop thing goes back to slavery so the owner could sell any offspring he may have created with a female slave. It’s an outdated concept and I don’t know why people haven’t rebelled against the idea. There are so many bi-tri-quad racial people where I live. It’s great!

        • Romone Chin

          Shopgirl I get what your trying to say I’m jamaican Chinese or Chinese jamaican which ever way u want to put to me I’m just jamaican proud one too my country motto is out of many one people so you gonna fine a lot of mix racial people living there it is what it is

        • ErikahMarie

          I’m Canadian and as you are making valid points, that’s the difference between Americans and Canadians I guess. It’s not about proving anything about being different and we are not ignorant. Myself and many people in Canada that I know, get so irritated when a black person just says black. When I ask where you’re from, I want to know the countries, and if you want to say I have Chinese in my blood from my great grandparents then that’s what you say. Black can be so many things and it’s the diversity that us as Canadians love to hear about. Black can be Jamaican, Somali, Sudanese, Yemeni, Egyptian. ..etc the list goes on. I actually feel bad for the people who don’t know they’re roots. “Black” is not where your people originated, it just happens to be the colour of your skin. And if Obama’s children were in Canada, they probably would declare what countries their background is made up of, because that’s how us Canadians are! Most people in Canada, that’s in the top 3 questions you’re asked when someone first meets you. And you really don’t have to hate on people who are curious about what makes you look unique. It has nothing to do with being famous or not. Come to Toronto and you’ll see people ask a person that looks fully black what their background is as well.

        • Kate Western

          You can’t reason with the ignorant black Americans. They need to claim all mixed people as just black. They need mixed people to represent them so badly. It’s sad.

        • Baltzell

          What’s sad is your hunger to flee from any and all identification with blackness like an Oreo bat out of hell.

        • Kate Western

          Of course. This is the answer of the deeply insecure. When a mixed person says they are mixed/biracial: “My mother is Japanese. My father is African American.” they are then met with a screeching chorus from the ignorant lot: “Nah, you’re just black!”

          Biracial person: “No… I am not. I am both Asian and black. I am both my mother and my father.”

          Insecure black people: “Nah, if the white man says you’re white, you’re white!”

          Biracial person: “The white man does not define me, I am mixed.”

          Insecure black people: “You’re just ashamed of your black side! You’re ashamed of being just black!”

        • Baltzell

          I suspect that you know very few black people IRL if you truly believe the silliness that you’re writing here.

        • Kate Western

          This is my actual lived experience– so give your IRL black folks a round of applause, and kudos to you for remaining blind to the type of fuckery mixed people have to put up with from insecure black Americans who need to claim others. Kudos to you, boo.

        • Baltzell

          Your “lived experience”? You’re not even fucking American, so stop babbling about stuff beyond your ken.

          I’ve been around African-Americans all my life, starting with my parents, so I don’t need some confused Canadian tragic mulatto to tell me how African-Americans approach these issues.

          Just stay in your lane and stick to announcing to every white person you meet, “Please, please, please don’t mistake me for a black person! Look at these photos of my white relatives!”

          And save your “boo”/ebonics crap for ignorant white Canadians who think that’s how black people actually talk.

          (I’m sure you like to put on quite an ethnic minstrel show for them when your presence adds a dash of (non-threatening beige) color to your social gatherings (gatherings where I’m guessing everyone else is white… just the way you like it).

        • Kate Western

          I’m not even “mulatto”, you bitter ignorant trollop. Mixed and biracial does not automatically mean white/black. Get your head out of your ass. ALSO, I’ve already stated how AA’s ask me what I am because they CAN’T tell… and when they find out black is in the equation, they reply with: “So you’re basically black.” Because the most insecure of “y’all” love to erase and claim. It is only out of deep insecurity that you get wounded when mixed people insist on not erasing half of themselves.

          You’re the tragic one, with your jealousy and refusal to see people for the fullness they are. You’re tragic for needing mixed people to represent you… lest we feel your wrath on the internet, oh no!

        • Baltzell

          Sweetie, I can’t count the number of times that I’ve had white people say to me, “What are you? I mean, you’re clearly not JUST black… you’re mixed with something else, right?”

          It’s quite clear that they think they’re FLATTERING me, that they think they’re offering me a compliment… I guess they’re used to dealing with people like you, whose heart soars whenever anyone perceives you as ANYTHING but black.

          I just roll my eyes, because unlike you, I wasn’t raised to be disgusted by blackness.

        • Kate Western

          Honey boo-boo, I just roll my eyes, because it’s people like you who automatically get stuck in your insecurities and feelings of being lesser-than, by mixed people who ID quite simply as they are. I’m sorry not everyone clings onto the racist One Drop Rule for life. I’m sorry some of us have a direct non-black parent who makes us half of who we are and who we are unwilling to erase– even if some African Americans throw petulant hissy fits on the internet about it. I’m sorry in 2016 that there are so many of us. I’m sorry that you just can’t comprehend that.

        • Baltzell

          Reading Is Fundamental.

          I already made clear in this thread that I don’t have a problem with bi-racial people who ID as bi-racial, I merely said that I don’t feel the need to other-ize them… given the widespread mixed background of African-Americans (we’re pretty much ALL mixed), to say to bi-racial people who ID as black (and many do, much to your dismay), “No, we don’t accept you” would be very wrong.

          You ID as bi-racial. Great, super, you get a cookie. Stamp your citizenship in the imaginary nation of “Biracial-stan” on your forehead for all I care. Just don’t get your knickers in a twist because African-Americans don’t apply a reverse-paper-bag-test to people of mixed ancestry.

          And make no mistake doll, no African-American is feeling “less than” any deluded Canadian Mixed Nut like yourself… you’re not even on our radar (outside of this increasingly tiresome exchange at least… please go away. Don’t you have any hobbies, anything else to do to occupy your time? I can’t cure you of your loneliness).

          We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century, not… LOL… not whatever the fuck you are (you still haven’t made that clear).

        • Kate Western

          “We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century” — but you still don’t get to decide who’s black, based on your love of the one drop rule! Not around the world you don’t. As much as you like to think you do– the rest of the world laughs at you. Both white and black– at the end of the day, you’re just ignorant Americans who can’t for the life of them, understand how the rest of the world works.

        • Kate Western

          “We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century” — thank you the NBA, hip hop, and Oprah. You still don’t get to go around one-dropping people because massa taught you to, way back when. You still don’t get to define what black is, because you guys don’t even know yourselves. TRUST when I say Africans laugh at your lost ass. You literally have no idea who you are, which is why you need to claim and erase. Makes you feel better. I, ont he other hand, know exactly who the fuck I am. And you can’t accept that… poor thing, LOL. Bye Felicia!

        • Baltzell

          “Bye Felicia”?

          WOW… trust me, no black person wants anything to do with your corny ass. What are you going to say next, that you’re “getting jiggy with it”?

          (And now I realize just how big of an ignoramus you are, as you think that “the NBA, hip hop, and Oprah” are all that define black cultural influence. Stick to Justin Bieber and Nickelback, because you’re lost at sea when it comes to black culture.)

          I’ve told you repeatedly that I don’t support the one-drop rule, and I’ve known many other African-Americans who don’t either, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not annoyed with confused creatures like yourself who PANIC whenever a bi-racial person (like President Obama, who marked himself as black and black alone on his US Census form) IDs as black.

          AGAIN, get it through your thick skull, I am not demanding that bi-racial people ID as black, but I refuse to reject bi-racial people who do ID as black. African-Americans dark and light have accomplished too much and suffered too much over the centuries as black people in America for us to now suddenly demand racial purity as the standard one must meet (and very few of us would meet that standard, by the way) in order to have the right to ID as black if one chooses to do so.

          I’ve known too many light-skinned and/or bi-racial African-Americans who strongly ID as black, and will feel a great personal offense if you try to take away their right to ID as they choose, as black people.

          Now go away, please, I beg of you, just go away… you don’t have an original thought in your head, and you are boring me.

        • Nicki

          Well I’m a light skinned black person hazel eyes and I’m not biracial. I was asked once if my father was Italian, and he’s not. He’s brown with hazel green-eyes and my mother is light skinned black. We really do come in all shades, yes a mixture waaay down the line but we’re black

        • Kate Western

          I totally get that. But when somebody has parents of different ethnicities, who are folks to say that they are only a part of ONE race, when they are very much mixed– directly– via BOTH parents?

        • kazhoshay

          Whites in America decided that if you are mixed, you are labeled as BLACK, it was not created by blacks.

        • Kate Western

          Black Americans are now THE biggest believers in this. They hold on to this so tightly. And I say this as a mixed Canadians, who– when I tell white people what I am (when they ask), say: “Oh, ok!” Black Americans, when they ask because they are unable to tell.. and I tell them what I’m mixed with, say: “Oh. So you’re basically black.” No. I’m mixed. Then they remind me of the racist one drop rule. Time and time again.

        • Rti

          Thank you!!!!!

        • Kate Western

          Why are African Americans like this? Why are you all so obsessed with Massa’s racist and outdated One Drop Rule? Ayesha is a MIXED WOMAN. Her parents are not black. They are BIRACIAL. I understand that black Americans love to claim everybody as just black, but that just isn’t how it is in the rest of the world. In Canada, Ayesha is seen for what she is: mixed. So are her parents. In the Caribbean, same deal. Black Americans truly are the most lost people on this planet. Ayesha is MIXED, directly. Not like you blacks who love to hail up your great-great-great Irish grandparent for the reason you’re mixed as well. You’re not. You’re black. Get out of your feelings and accept that.

        • Baltzell

          You’re not very bright, are you?

          If you think the average African-American is only 1/32 white, you know very little about African-Americans.

          The reason that African-Americans embrace someone like Ayesha as black (and no one is trying to force her to be anything) is that we’ve all seen COUNTLESS children of two black parents who look just as mixed as her, if not more so.

        • Kate Western

          I get it. But when the facts come out– when you find out she’s indeed mixed. When she herself ID’s as mixed. Then you have those who say “She isn’t mixed when I know someone who IDs as black who looks just like her!” It doesn’t take away the fact that both of her parents are biracial. Zoe Kravitz IDs as mixed because BOTH Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet are white/Ashkenazi Jewish and Afro American– directly, from both of their parents– yet African Americans still only refer to them as just black. Even when they ID as mixed. Then they’re called self-hating for embracing all that makes them whole: their mother and their father. It never ends. And this comes mostly from black Americans.

        • Baltzell

          Look, I see mixed-race people as black, because as you point out, their heritage is just as black as many children of two black parents (and I’m not referring to the children of two bi-racial black/white parents, which is far more the exception than the rule, but the typical African-American, who has white ancestry scattered about his or her genealogy, often without knowing the specifics of it), and their appearance is often indistinguishable from other African-Americans… BUT I’m not demanding that mixed-race people see themselves as only black.

          Can you see the difference here? It doesn’t bother me in the least when mixed-race people identify themselves as such, but I welcome them into the black diaspora, into the same conglomeration that includes people like W.E.B. DuBois, Barack Obama (who filled out “Black/African-American” on the US Census, end of story), and Ice-T, all of whom were/are racially mixed. (It’s funny, no one ever refers to Ice-T as racially mixed, even though anyone with eyes can see that he is… I’m sure that if he were a nuclear physicist instead of a gangsta rapper, certain people would be stumbling over themselves saying, “He’s not REALLY black!”

          Now, if it upsets you that I might see you on the street and think “black Person” instead of “proud Canadian child of Odin, oh, and also that damned Negroid ancestry of which she is rightly ashamed,” then that’s something for you to discuss with your therapist.

          If someone offhandedly mentions to me that they’re biracial, no, I’m not going to heatedly object and say that they’re really black. Nor would the majority of other black people. We’ve largely moved beyond that.

          You know what the big difference between white Americans and black Americans on this issue really is? Sure, more white Americans are eager to steer certain black celebrities they admire away from identification with blackness, as they piously proclaim to have moved beyond the One-Drop Rule… but they sure won’t accept these mixed-race people as white. “You’re different than black people ['better' is what many white people really mean]… but you’re sure as hell aren’t white.”

          Black people, on the other hand, are more accepting of diversity within our ranks. I’ve never heard a black person indignantly insist “[mixed-race] Harry Belafonte isn’t black!” but if you stopped any white person on the street and tried to tell them that Belafonte was white they would look at you like you were crazy.

          So spare me your ignorance about black Americans.

        • Kate Western

          Nope. Black people love to claim mixed people as just simply black because it’s about insecurity at the end of the day. It’s about wanting blackness to apply to all. Ice-T was walking around in the 90s telling people to call him nigga because he needed that validation from the black men to see him as an authentic gangster rapper. No matter how much mixed people say their mixed, black Americans (and it’s only black Americans as blacks elsewhere know who they are), give them a hard time. There was just no reason for black America to mock Tiger Woods for saying he was mixed. His mother is Asian, you can’t erase that. There was no reason for black America to give Tamera Mowry grief for marrying a white man– when her own father is white. Can’t erase that, sorry. For referring to Tatiana Ali as #blackgirlmagic whe the girl is half Indian. Can’t erase her Indian father, nope. For getting upset when people call Tina Knowles mixed– she’s fucking CREOLE. You can google what her parents were. But no– She’s just BLACK according to the most sensitive to folks claiming their own mixed/biracial identity. I’ve never been rejected from my non-black side. Ever. But always receive the most ignorant comments from blacks who are upset that I just don’t one drop rule myself. Suddenly I’m self hating because I refuse to erase an entire half of me. I refuse to cave to that one drop. Stay pressed– biracial is biracial.

        • Rrt

          Creole is black… I’m from Louisiana and creole. And guess what?! I’m not light skinned!! My sisters are but I’m not. I’m trying to educate you that Creole ppl are Africian American and don’t all have to be light skinned. As far as being 100% black….as stated earlier most black ppl have a mixture of black, white, Indian, French, etc. blood in them esp. If they are from Louisiana or the South. So stop trying so hard to prove that ppl are less black bc they are mixed. She’s black and what ever else she is just like most black ppl from the South.

        • Aliah Friend

          No Chinese Jamaican is not a mixture. It’s a person like any other Chinese person but born or raised in Jamaica. Just like Chinese American. They are only American because they live or were born in America

        • Baltzell

          Why do you say it has been “diluted” with more African blood? Why not say that it has been “enriched” with more African blood?

        • PB

          Finally, a well-informed commenter. I don’t understand why people have such difficulty understanding what a black American (my preferred term) really is. If our blood was not mixed with that of our ancestors’ slavemasters, we would look more like the beautiful people from some countries in Africa.

        • Dee Maxie

          Curry’s mom is black. Come to the south and find creole. Those most blacks from Louisiana, like beyonces mom. She’s African American

        • Nicki

          Stephen Curry ‘ s mom IS black. She is of Louisiana black creole decent like Beyoncé ‘ s mother. Yes she has a lot of French in her as well but her predominance is Black on both parents side. You need to study the black creole culture

        • Bullshit Detective

          I see….they’re both biracial then? That’s cool!

        • Ying Yang

          Right on the money Mon!

        • Lanie

          Idiot..

        • Natalie

          Why is Race such a huge topic of discussion. There are bigger things to focus on. A as a black woman, I say , love your enemies and focus on spreading the gospel of Jesus!

        • Fran Chin

          Not necessarily true. Chinese or of Chinese descent.

        • Ying Yang

          Just Google George Zimmerman’s parentage which is black rooted. So he is also black which means that his crime was “black on black” right! He contains the exact amount of blackness as CNNs Soledad O’Brien has flowing through his veins! Just google it before you refute it!

        • mahgan

          All Europeans are some 30% African DNA and 4% Neanderthal.

        • Baltzell

          When trying to spread misinformation, you should stick to things people can’t google.

          George Zimmerman’s had a black GREAT-grandfather (who may or not have been racially mixed himself); Soldad O’Brien has a black mother (who may or may not have been racially mixed herself)… so no, you’re completely wrong… Zimmerman is at most 1/8th black.

          If we’re going to count every person who is 1/8th black as black, then we’ve got many millions more black people in Latin America than are presently marked as such (not to mention a good number of “white” Americans who should change their Census designations to black).

        • Mike

          That must have been one pale Chinese woman cause she looks half white.

        • lo

          She stated on her Instagram her father is half polish and half AFrican American

        • xanxibar

          so ayesha is a caublasian like tiger woods?

        • Ying Yang

          Similarly correct oh well comparing one. Tiger is much browner because most people of Thailand are very dark.

        • Ying Yang

          How many Chinese people do you know that aren’t very very pale!

        • Sherry L. Howard

          WELL SAID, EVERY BALLER DOESN’T WANT A WHITE WOMAN IM GLAD HE CHOSE HIS COLLEGE SWEETHEART AND NOT SOME FAKE BOOBED BIMBO OR A GOLD DIGGER!!

        • Kelse

          Facts are that most Black ballers marry their own Black women. It’s just a fact. Here are just a few. There’s many more.
          Lebrons James & Savannah, Dwayne Wade & Gabrielle, Derek Fisher & Candice,
          Donovan & Roxie, jimmy & Johari, Amare & alexis, caron & andrea, chris paul & Jada, Thaddeus and shekinah, Orlando Hudson and Keisha,pacman & tishanna, CC & Amber Sabathia, Eddie & Taj , Robert mathis & brandi, Kerry Washington & Nnamdi Asomugha, Michael vick & kijafa, dirk nowitzki & Jessica, Tori Hunter & Katrina, Darren sproles & Michel, etc. etc

        • Gemini

          Did you really name Dirk Nowitzki as a black baller? Nice list btw.

        • Ying Yang

          If you want to consider Curry’s wife Black then George Zimmerman is Black! Just google his granddaddy. That search will speak for itself without arguement!

        • Kate Western

          Right? Black Americans are so fucking lost. Ayesha is mixed. They cannot erase her Chinese and Polish roots, no matter how desperately they try to. Black Americans actually believe that non-black people give birth to black kids. They will look at a Pakistani or Chinese woman with their biracial kids and literally think “Thank you for adding to the black race… thank you!”

        • Jeremy Alexander

          So you think you have to marry your own race? You realize it’s 2015 right? Try to keep up.

        • Ying Yang

          He also choose not to have a hair hatted, weave wearing, chemically permed Sista that he can’t go swimming with with or run his fingers through during love making and his kids will have a great chance to have a complexion close to his! Looks like he’s following a similar path of his dad. Just look at his mom!

        • Irannye Moorer Turner

          You sound dumb as hell there’s nothing wrong with African American women wearing their natural hair Ijs and people like and comments like this is why African American women think they need that shit to look beautiful…… His wife is pretty and they both are half breeds so I guess but I know this none of my kids are bringing home nothing but a QUEEN and last I checked ROYALTY started in AFRICA and my sons won’t bring home no woman they can push over….. Ijs white women been push overs since slavery when they laying up in the house and her husband (master) out there raping the slave women and having kids and letting a slave feed her baby off her titty Ijs very much push overs and will continue to be so….. Don’t kill the messenger be mad at the message

        • sbw2015

          What is wrong with you? All black women do not wear weaves or perm their hair. White women and other non black women have perms and wear weaves too. You can be light skinned and have a child who is darker.

      • kenpo

        just once I would like a black person to not fraction their ethnicity, i.e Caublasian ( tiger) just once. its always black is listed last, … and black. Just once I would like it to be, Im black.

        • Guest

          I agree!

        • Kelse

          Don’t worry, obviously you don’t know Black history. It is written that what’s now first shall be last and what’s last shall be first. Blacks brought over here in slavery shall once again rise to the top and be the leaders, priest kings and queens they once were. Whether you believe in God, read the bible or not, it is written and so shall it be!

        • Sam

          For a mixed race person to say “i’m just black” would be to deny the heritage of their other parent and wouldn’t be politically correct since BOTH parents contribute an equal amount of genes to a baby.

        • Ying Yang

          I understand that reality is a difficult state to accept. But fear not for you don’t exist “blindly in denial alone,!” There are millions of followers encouragingly praising your laments. The slave masters cleverly indoctrinated a policy declaring that their sons and daughters mixed with the blood of their slaves would never be able to own “property” (the foundation or staple of stability) thus ensuring bondage for centuries and beyond. So they wrote in to law that blacks could never be property owners. And yes it’s as simple as that!

        • Kate Western

          Tiger is literally half Asian. Why does that hurt your feelings so much? Why should her deny half of himself– why should he deny his mother just to make insecure African Americans feel better?

      • Redvirgo

        The author almost seem to want him to cheat with the groupies. Maybe it would make his not look like a bad person. Surely by now these men knows that when they meet these groupies they are heavily made up with gobs of makeup and fake from head to toe… and would sleep with anything with fame or money… Hope hes mature enough to never disrespect his (not cute) but beautiful – gorgeous-sweetheart of a wife nor his marriage and child by sleeping with these groupies. You do all of this before you get married. I’ve never seen a picture of a groupie that looked better than the wife.. unless the wife is just butt ugly… This woman is beautiful… You have a beautiful wife, child, money, fame.. what else do you need. ..Such an adorable family. Please don’t be typical and screw it up with other women. I wish the beautiful family much success.

      • blankman

        85% of Black Americans are mixed with some other race, mainly whites by way of mixing during slavery. You’re Black period.

        • CleverBev

          While I’m black and proud, it’s almost impossible for me to look at this beautiful woman and NOT see her obvious Asian ethnicity. We, of all people, should not be party to the “one drop” thinking that ignoring her other DNA and restricting her identity would do. Most of us are one thing, another thing, and, maybe, something else as well. We are identified as “black” by ourselves and others, but it’s OUR self-identification that counts.

        • Ying Yang

          Touché to you!

        • Destiny Polite

          Her “Asian” DNA points to Africa this fake ass Christian broad is black please spare me “I’m mixed” bs. Her ass black like me! All DNA leads to Africa life began in Tanzania! #Facts

        • Becki

          You sound jeaaaallllooouuuuussssss asf lmfao you the same bitch that throws a fit when a black man prefers to date a mixed chick, but in the same breath you claim she’s “black like you” lmfao ol Jim Crow following bitter black bitch! Mad you look black (waits for “i have Indian/white in me”) pathetic wanna be mixed so bad ass whore. What makes her a fake Christian? Butch your fake, I bet you have bastard children and multiple baby daddies you nasty smut. Now go sit in the corner with a bottle of Xanax and bleach the black skin you hate bitch. wrap a belt around your neck and end it you jealous whore.

        • Destiny Polite

          Look you cum guzzling neanderthal, just because you have black sperm oozing from every orifice from your pink dry skin doesn’t give you the right to comment on anything black related. As for your asinine comment about having multiple children with different fathers, only tells me that’s your truth and the same trailer park where you grew up and still reside. I’m married been married for 19 years dear knuckle dragger. Please excuse my lack of profanity and my broad range, and command of the English language, I have a college degree along with parents who spoke English. Unlike you I will not stoop so low and speak such common foul language I know you can’t help it it’s just the beast in you. Sorry I was never taught to speak neanderthal. Btw, I have never claimed to be mixed and I love every ounce of blackness how about you neanderthal?

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          For someone that speaks perfect proper English, you sure went ghetto on that White She-Devil! FYI Neanderthal’s originated in Africa just like modern man. They also had the ability to speak like modern man. That would make them the predecessors to modern complex language. They wouldn’t be speaking “Neanderthal”. Since both Neanderthal’s and language originated in Africa, they would be speaking African.

          So let me speak to you in your own proper English. Since you love every ounce of Blackness, would you like all 12″ of my Blackness? I’d love to have my Black sperm oozing from every orifice on your caramel-colored moisturized skin I’d like to drag you around on your knees while pounding that big Black ass that was passed down to all Black women from their female Khoisan ancestors.

          You can take the Black girl out of the ghetto and teach her to speak proper English, but you can never take the ghetto out of the Black girl!

        • Destiny Polite

          Wrong you filthy, subhuman excuse for a man child. Neanderthals come from the European mountains. Have you ever read a credible source of information in your life, or are you incapable of comprehending? Lastly, I wouldn’t engage with any sorts of sexual activity with you with a pocket female anatomy. I see you suffer from black male inferiority to your God’s, black women, so you would much rather degrade a black woman to uplift your cave dwellers, also known as your massa. You’re a good negro, Trump would love for you to be a good house negro!

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          Says the house slave who goes down on Trump so Melania doesn’t have to. Neanderthals migration out of Africa has been scientifically proven by the Human Genome Project. Try reading something other than “Urban Belle” or “Essence”.

        • Destiny Polite

          Lol has not been scientifically proven it’s a speculation actually they have no known origin. Come again Stephen ol mister Calvin, “who’s that n word on dat mare”, clown ass good negro. Lol, why are you so adamantly defending a cave dweller, who clearly addressed me in a disrespectful manner? Lol, I can’t with vulgar, self loathing, weak, insufficient black “boy’s!” Btw I’m not white so therefore, I don’t perform oral sex no need! You’re welcome good negro!

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          With those big lips? Nigger please! Vulgar? Lol! Did you read what you posted to that other commentator?

          http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-34479905

        • Destiny Polite

          Again there’s no real proof they came from Africa? Did you read the article? Please spare me with the “nigger” bs dear. I feel like you’re only reason for addressing me and not Becki was because I am black. I love my big lips and every other “black” feature I was born with.
          Good day

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          Of course I’m addressing you because you are Black. A voluptuous, beautiful black woman who was posting sexually explicit comments.

          So would what city would you like to meet in?

        • Destiny Polite

          I def didn’t have any sexually explicit comments so please miss me with that bs.

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          Here is what you posted to Becky which is just a small small sample of what caught my attention:

          “Look you cum guzzling neanderthal, just because you have black sperm oozing from every orifice from your pink dry skin doesn’t give you the right to comment on anything black related”

          B.S.? It sure appears to be very sexually explicit.

        • Destiny Polite

          Lol ok did you read what she wrote to me, it was a lot more w sexually explicit than that? That was rather mild and lightweight, so again your argument null and void, but I digress, I’m over the back and forth.

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          Sorry, but my argument is not null and void. The extent of how sexually explicit your comment is not relevant to its’ validity. Why you chose to post such a vulgar and sexually explicit response is also irrelevant to my argument.

          Dd you not take Philosophy or Logic at your college?

        • Destiny Polite

          Again, I digress. Vulgarity and sexual explicit language, gedtures, etc are not valid because it’s based on individual morals. Please leave me be. I have politely said I digress

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          We aren’t arguing morality. You posted sexually explicit acts. As a society, we have determined that those specific sexual acts are indeed vulgar. But again, we aren’t arguing whether those sexual acts are vulgar. What we were arguing is whether you posted sexually explicit acts which you agreed that you had as evidenced by your response that sexually explicit language is not a valid and sound premise.

        • Self Hate?

          She makes a good point though in that it’s interesting that you chose to attack her and not the other poster.

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          This is how Destiny Polite responded to Becky (The other poster):

          “Look you cum guzzling neanderthal, just because you have black sperm oozing from every orifice from your pink dry skin doesn’t give you the right to comment on anything black related”

          It was this single uncalled for tirade that caught my attention. Becky did not respond to Destiny Polite in the same manner.

        • Destiny Polite

          Btw, I’ve never heard of the “Urban Belle.” You’re welcome

        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          Yeah, that was my point. You’re welcome!

        • Destiny Polite
        • EarlBlackJesusMonroe

          ROLMAO! Did you comprehend what you read? While that particular article is dated, it clearly supports what I posted.

          Here are a few more RECENT articles, from 2016:

          http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-35595661

          http://news.discovery.com/human/evolution/neanderthals-humans-mixed-it-up-fossil-shows-160217.htm

          I can do this all day long. why don’t we just hook-up instead?

        • schmoj

          You’re “command of the English language” obviously doesn’t include proper punctuation.

        • Kate Western

          That’s exactly it. They’re upset that they’re black, that they aren’t mixed. So they say to biracial girls “Whatever bitch, you ain’t special! You black, just like me!” So obvious and so very sad.

        • emaN

          She’s mixed. Mixed mixed mixed mixed mixed. Get over it and love yourself.

        • Kate Western

          Black Americans are so bitter when it comes to mixed women.

        • Ying Yang

          Is Soledad O’Brien black? She has a Lilly white father and her mom is from Cuba and she is half black. Soledad married a white man and has children by him. Are they “black period!” And if her kids marry and have kids with another white person (which has been her families matrimonial trait for generations) also be “black period!” And if so, are people with any degree of black parentage to be considered black? That said, then the whole planet is black since the original man was Black, right??? I welcome your response Mr Blackman. ;–)))

          PS: A colleague of mine made a comment posed as a question. Why do AfroAmericans seem to be the trash collectors of the world claiming all mixed people and making them the same as they? No other race on the planet does this! This was told to me by a Nigerian exchange student, my former roommate in DC. He also referenced a song by “Cher” of Sonny & Cher called “Halfbreed” in which she references a mix of a European white and an American Indian that produced a mixed child that was not accepted by whites nor Indians. The point being that once a child is mixed they factually become racially “neither or Both.” Kind of similar to a mutt or hybrid (term it as to whatever suits your fancy) but either nevertheless. The problem he stated is the AfroAmericans still live the Jim Crow “lie” and are mentally stagnated by an apparently irreversibly haunting malady aka “the Slave Mentality!”

        • mahgan

          DNA analysis shows that African Americans carry on average 13% non-African DNA. See research by geneticist Sarah Tishkoff. That 13% is spread through some 27% of the AA population.

          On the other hand Europeans carry 33% African DNA together with 4% Neanderthal DNA. .

        • Baltzell

          I suspect that the figure is much higher than 85%, at least if we’re talking about African-Americans (the descendants of the enslaved people in the colonies and the USA, as opposed to Americans whose ancestors came much more recently from Africa or the West Indies (and Americans of West Indian descent, while not as likely to be mixed as African-Americans, are more likely to be mixed than would a recent African immigrant).

        • Kate Western

          Nobody is talking about your great-great-great Irish grandparent. If you have one direct non-black parent, you are biracial. Not black. Get out of your feelings.

      • Carrine

        a person is not 2, 3, or 4 races. A person has One race and that goes down from father to father. (They might have many cultures from the mothers’ lines) … So, The Entire Curry family is BLACK American. ( not African American; …

        • Masterpieced

          Except slave master/fathers DID NOT see their black bastard children as their race–they put them out to slave with the other blacks.

      • Miss. Leggs

        Figures, it always has to be one. I bet you my pension it’s one of ours who wrote this classless piece of trash. If you had friends one them should have told you not to tell anybody else that . It’s good to know not all brothers forget where they come from not to mention values and morales . With the exception of yourself not all of them want their jewels to be classified as community d!@#. When I first started reading this Ish I thought this was a female writing it. I went back to the beginning and saw it was a Mitch of the male persuasion, that’s even worse. I’m glad You will never be able to conquer all the Kat you come across . These days why would you want to be slinging every where hoping not to get a hold of something that you can’t shake You’re probably a big fan of three somes etc knowing you only do it to keep the attention off your non performing limp can’t stay up a$$. The ones in your corner are frequent guest on Jerry Springer left finding out she was a he “I ain’t even know, you a what ? ”
        Go somewhere and have a seat, find a corner to stand in. Come up with a hobby that will get you two nickels to rub together maybe then you could have the groupies. Posting your irrelevant opinions and comments are not making you anymore relevant.
        The grass is never greener on the other side it’s just spray paint. I hope you don’t pro create before you learn better if you have take them to the elders on Sunday let them lay hands on em make sure you don’t forget yourself.

      • jezz

        Ayesha probably has Caucasian blood too because of her eye color. I tried googling it but nothing came up.

        • Kate Western

          She does. Polish.

      • El Dovo

        I would give up a decade of sex in my “prime” with random hot girls for a woman who truly loves me and wants to spend her life with me any day. Props to them and their beautiful family

      • Jason

        There’s actually a history of peoples with Asian ancestry, including Indian and Chinese, settling in Jamaica and other Caribbean countries. Some examples include Guyana and Trinidad, etc. So I think what she meant is she’s of Chinese-Jamaican ancestry. i.e. of Chinese ethnicity and Jamaican Nationality, mixed with black from Jamaica or some other country. Anyway, she seems like a very down-to-earth person and I wish her family the best.

      • dria

        She’s Canadian

      • Megan Henry

        I love this couple…just like Bri said they are just the picture perfect family that fame hasn’t tainted their relationship. Congrats to their family for the two beautiful girls God blessed you guys with. #curryfamily #warriors

      • Jocelyn Spencer

        Remember who invented the “one drop rule” and now the people who were forced to live it are now being shown as the one who created and the one who forces this on others!!! How strange this world really is! When we are all nations and one. Our minds will be able to focus on other things and rise to new levels without the constraints of politics, religion, race, etc. Why must we dance this same old dance, when the future awaits, is begging for now!!!!! Peace

        • Ying Yang

          Humm! It seems to me that there hasn’t been peace since Cain & Abel. I think it’s called the balance of mankind (of course the added natural disasters) which have been ongoing through the history of man! But your a diehard optimistic being. Kudos to you! ;–))

      • Fred G. Sanford

        That little girl……my goodness. A father has no chance. He becomes complete mush.

      • GG

        Step Curry is a decent man and Ayesha is a decent woman just too bad you dont get the concept. This is to the adolescent boy who posted his adolescent fantasies about the Curry’s integrity as a man. I am so sorry that perhaps you have not been around too many decent grown up men……it is tragic. Hope you grow out of it but 99.9% chances of being stunted in adolescence. You will womanize, prey on women who are 5-10 years your jr. to manipulate, dominate, procreate and it is just tiring. So stop projecting your boy stuff onto Curry he will be just fine. But you need the help because there is nothing attractive about someone who cant grow up….NOTHING.

      • underGodsarmour

        I think it’s great he’s married; he found someone who he truly loves and he’s holding onto her . As far as the groupies are concerned, he’s just another millionaire they can sink their teeth into and use him instead of love him! Of course he’s gonna have fans but “the groupies” know he’s happily married but still wanna whisper in his ear of what they could do for him that his wife can’t, please girls, have some respect for not only the word marriage but also the words “happily married”;oh yeah, and have some respect for yourselves…Geez!

      • Natalie

        Why is race such a huge issue in America ?

      • Landrell Johnson Scurlock

        I am not on here to entertain the cursing wars, just want to express my perspective. I was born in New Orleans, La where there are walking melting pots, where I observed first hand the effects of the underlining rule, :if it looks black, it is black. I am mixed with white, black, and Native American but I have always and always will be looked upon and consider myself to be black. I find it strange the celebrities that mostly reflect their black lineage do not consider themselves such. it seems like the story of the emperor new clothes, where it is so obvious but not challenged because of that person’s status, case in point, Tiger woods. As a child, I can recall praying at night to wake up white to have the opportunities that white people, in my case, to be a child star, but the more I read about my roots, and persecution, lynching, tarring and feathering, hanging parties, I was not only disgusted but amazed, that even if I was not black, I could only admire the buoyancy and determination of African Americans. It is a story of a people with a never quitting, unquenching spirit fed on and spread broader with persecution, because their skin contained a different pigment that their brothers. from that day forth those dreams dissipated and I proudly wore the cloth of skin I was given, and like Joseph;s coat of many colors, wore it proudly with gratitude that my creator thought that much of me to make different and stand out in the midst of many faces.

      • Giselle

        Black people love talking about what somebody is mixed with. Darn shame!

        • Kate Western

          Black Americans love erasing the identities of mixed people who have non-black parents. Because they desperately need biracial people to represent them.

      • Georgia Kalawan Miller

        Being Jamaican is not a race ppl, its a nationality. There are ppl of African, Indian, Chinese and Caucasian descent who were born and living in Jamaica. I am of Indian descent but I was born in Jamaica, my parents were and their parents. I am simply a Jamaican. Ayesha Curry was born and raised in Jamaica. She is Jamaican whether her mother is chinese or not.

        • Kate Western

          I agree. She is Jamaican first– and when she specifies what her lineage is, people need to respect that. People love labeling everyone fro the Caribbean as just black, regardless of the facts.

      • guest

        she got nice eye colors too wow. what color are they??

      • Ghost

        Wow, you people complaining about race, race, race, need a life, especially considering most of the complaining is coming from the heavily (at least in their mind) African ethnicity people. I think it’s cool that Steph and his wife are both very mixed ethnicity and their children are double that. Steph is half black (and Dell isn’t even 100% black) and half Caucasian/Creole (African mixed with French Caucasian.) When the announcer at the BET Awards jokingly told the crowd Steph wasn’t white but had green eyes, the first thing Steph said when he got to the mic was “actually I’m half white, so, ya.” So Steph considers himself half white and half black, his wife considers herself Chinese, African, and Polish, and so their kids would be something along the lines of 33% black, 33% white, and 33% of all of the other ethnicities including Creole, Chinese, Haitian, etc. Still don’t know why everyone gets so defensive over this; is he not black enough for those of you who want him to be “blacker?” Is he not white enough for the people wanting him to be white? Give it a rest… his family is extremely ethnically diverse and i think that’s awesome. Most of us are the same way, too. I’m mostly Russian and Eastern European, but I also have some African ethnicity and some Native American. None of us are “pure blood’ anything and we all came from the same continent anyway. Get over yourselves.

        • Kate Western

          Their frustration does not stem from them not being “black enough”… they do this thing where they pick mixed/biracial people, claim them as JUST black– even though they know full well that one of their parents– and in Ayesha’s case BOTH of the parents– may not be black. But they claim them anyway, because of Massa’s one drop rule… and then get upset when folks self identify as what they actually are. It’s fascinating stuff, really.

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