In an exclusive with TMZ ex Milwaukee Bucks basketball player Brandon Jennings says Ayesha Curry “should not care if other men don’t lust after her.”

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“It doesn’t matter. As long as your husband tells you that you are beautiful every day. It doesn’t matter. Steph Curry is going to get attention because he is bringing 70 million dollars home every day and he’s Steph Curry.”

He continues, “I get it, its human nature. At the end of the day we all want attention from the opposite sex but it’s like, you got the best life. If its anybody I’m jealous of, I’m jealous of anybody that has a wife and kids with only one woman. That’s the person I’m jealous of.”


Earlier this week, Ayesha Curry sat down with Jada Pinkett Smith on The Red Table Talk for an honest conversation about the life of being a basketball wife. As we previously reported, Curry opened up about women who scheme and plot for “their moment” to gain the attention of Steph Curry. During the conversation, the mother of three also revealed that even though she has been married for a while, the pressure of women coming after her man gets to her and she wonders if she is still desirable to other men.

“Something that really bothers me and has given me a bit of insecurity are all these other women throwing themselves, but me for the past 10 years, I don’t have any of that. I have zero, it sounds weird but male attention. Then I begin to internalize it and I think, is something wrong with me?”

Curry’s her moment of vulnerability did not sit well with Twitter who lashed out at her and pulled up old tweets in which people felt like she was shaming other women because they like to show more skin. To be fair just because Curry is rich and has a fabulous life doesn’t mean that she can’t have moments of insecurities in her relationship.

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