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SportsAyesha Curry responds to Drake trolling her husband Steph

21:31  02 june  2019
21:31  02 june  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Drake responds on Instagram to comments by Bucks coach

Drake responds on Instagram to comments by Bucks coach Drake took to Instagram to seemingly respond to comments made by Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer after Game 4 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals. During Tuesday’s game in Toronto, the rapper and Toronto Raptors fan moved to the sideline from his courtside seat and gave Nick Nurse a shoulder massage. His physical contact with the Raptors coach looked odd on television and was a topic of discussion following the game. Budenholzer was among those who felt Drake was out of line. Budenholzer took a bit of a shot at Drake calling him a “fan or whatever he is for the Raptors.

Drake engaged in a friendly back-and-forth with Curry during the Toronto Raptors’ Game 1 win, and the rapper picked a piece of lint out of Curry ’s hair You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Ayesha Curry responds to Drake trolling her

While the Warriors have mostly responded to Drake 's NBA Finals trolling with silence, that grin and bear it After the rapper attempted to sell a piece of lint he pulled off of Steph Curry ;s head online, Curry 's wife, Ayesha , stepped in to make sure the 6 God wasn't turning a profit off of her husband .

Ayesha Curry responds to Drake trolling her husband Steph© Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

The Golden State Warriors have already engaged in plenty of trash talk with Drake after just one game of the NBA Finals, and Stephen Curry’s wife Ayesha appears to be getting in on the fun as well.

Drake engaged in a friendly back-and-forth with Curry during the Toronto Raptors’ Game 1 win, and the rapper picked a piece of lint out of Curry’s hair during the exchange. He later trolled Curry over it on Instagram and said he is selling the lint on eBay.

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Steph Curry hair lint for sale on my eBay right now!!! username: DraymondShouldntWear23

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Kerr, Curry not worried about Drake's presence in Finals

Kerr, Curry not worried about Drake's presence in Finals The Milwaukee Bucks' fan base and head coach Mike Budenholzer took exception to antics during the team's Eastern Conference finals matchup against the Toronto Raptors, calling out the Canadian rapper for roaming the sideline and stepping onto the floor. The Golden State Warriors, on the other hand, don't see Drake as an issue before squaring off against the Raptors in the NBA Finals on Thursday. "I'm not worried about Drake," said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr on Monday, according to ESPN's Nick Friedell. "I called him on his cell phone earlier ... my daughter just rolled her eyes, 'no more dad jokes please.

While the Warriors have mostly responded to Drake 's NBA Finals trolling with silence, that grin and bear it After the rapper attempted to sell a piece of lint he pulled off of Steph Curry ;s head online, Curry 's wife, Ayesha , stepped in to make sure the 6 God wasn't turning a profit off of her husband .

Drake keeps doing his thing in the NBA playoffs and seeing the levels he’s reached so far, there is probably nothing the league could do to stop the Now, it looks like Drake hasn’t stopped and he’s not planning on doing so, as he recently was caught liking some Instagram pictures of Ayesha Curry , the

Ayesha later chimed in by suggesting Drake donate the proceeds to a charitable organization:

We’re guessing Drake loves every second of it. In fact, there has been some talk that he may have trolled Curry through Ayesha’s Instagram page when he liked the following photo of Mrs. Curry:

Of course, all of this is in good fun. Drake actually has a good relationship with Curry and several Warriors players, and there’s no better evidence of that than the tattoos he covered up for Game 1.


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