Ayesha Curry: "I feel like you see a lot less of me, but it's because I'm actually living my life"

Ayesha Curry shared in a May cover story with the Insider her decision to scale back from social media for herself and her children. The wife of NBA star Steph Curry says she’s “focusing her energy on charity work and entrepreneurship” with her lifestyle company, Sweet July. The need to uplift Black and women-owned small businesses” is why Curry says she created the platform.

Curry is keeping her emotions and mental health in a good space, especially since she recently spoke publicly about her experience on the Red Table Talk. In the 2019 interview, she was “newly postpartum, a nursing mother,” Curry discussed on the program, “sometimes feeling insecure in her marriage, sometimes wanting attention — real and vulnerable human emotions.” The show “was edited in a way that made me sound crazy,” she says. “It’s not what I said, and the context was weird. Yeah. I took that one personally.”

Curry says, “I feel like you see a lot less of me, and you hear a lot less of me, but it’s because I’m actually living my life,” adding, “And it feels really good.” Curry admits she regrets putting her kids out there in the spotlight more so her oldest, Riley,10, whose video went viral at her dad’s after-game conference in 2015. Curry is also mom to her middle daughter Ryan,7, and Cannon, 4.

“If we had known back in the day just how chaotic it would make life, I don’t think we would’ve done it. But we were just genuinely living our lives back then,” says Curry,

These days Curry looks forward to going to therapy, “stepping away from the spotlight, focusing her energy on charity work and entrepreneurship with Sweet July.” 

Continued “well” living, Ayesha!