Ayesha Curry can dish out criticism just as well as she can take it, but the mother of three is drawing the line on any negative comments directed toward her children.
The cookbook author, 30, took to Instagram Tuesday to share a family photo after husband Steph Curry and brother-in-law Seth Curry competed during Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals, where the Golden State Warriors swept the Portland Trail Blazers.
"Infinitely proud of these guys," Curry captioned the image. "Gods grace and mercy continues to cover our family and we are so grateful. Not about wins and losses, it’s all about family. Moments like this simply put it all into perspective."
In the group shot, Curry is holding 10-month-old son Canon while daughters Riley, 6, and Ryan, 3, in matching blue-and-white dresses, pose along with other family members.
That's when one user asked, "Are you pregnant again?????"
Ayesha remained cool as a cucumber, jokingly replying, "absolutely not LOL. My 30lb son is just breaking my back in every Photo." But, she brought the heat when a social media user suggested putting her infant on a diet to regulate his weight.
"Maybe portion-control his food a bit," @ccashhmoneyap wrote in a comment that has since been deleted. Curry instantly shut down the user: "Excuse you? No. Just no."
Others backed Curry. "@cashmoneyap should portion control his rudeness!! Chubby babies are the cutest!!" user @maryameady wrote, while @k_morin89 added: "maybe mind your biscuits a little bit."
@saravin23 wrote, "seriously? that comment is not okay. It disgusts me that you would post and say this."
'Keep being you': Stephen Curry praises Ayesha following her 'Red Table Talk' confession:
The celebrity chef dished on dinnertime in the Curry household during her March cover story for Parents magazine, revealing that veggies come before sweets … most of the time.
"In our house, you’re definitely not getting dessert if you don’t eat your dinner!" she said. "But we do throw the rules out the window once in a while. We love to have movie night with the kids where we eat popcorn, ice cream, and then breakfast for dinner."
Curry said her children have adventurous palates, adding that, "the girls are willing to try whatever it is they helped me make, whether it’s salads, curries or a kale smoothie."
"I hope that when my kids are adults, they remember that cooking is fun and they aren’t intimidated by their kitchen," Curry said. "Food is a love language for me, and I hope it is for them, too."
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