Ayesha Curry gets a TV show

We at SoJones don’t know why Mari is worrying about other people’s money so much, and ashing her cigarette on the weed ashtray of thegreat go Fetti, but we do know Ayesha Curry is happy that her new show will be all about the kitchen. When she is not working in the kitchen, she is probably hanging at home with her loving family hoping that Kevin Durant is the answer for the new NBA season coming up. According to ESPN.com:

Ayesha Curry is building a food empire, y’all.

We know you guys love #ayeshacurry for speaking her mind.
We know you guys love #ayeshacurry for speaking her mind.

The Food Network ordered six episodes of her new show, “Ayesha’s Homemade,” which will mix cooking segments with scenes of Curry’s life as the wife of NBA superstar Stephen Curry and the mother to two daughters. Yes, that means the ever-popular Riley will most certainly make an appearance.

Curry most recently opened up a three-month pop-up BBQ restaurant in San Francisco, International Smoke, with celebrity chef Michael Mina.

Did we mention she has a cookbook coming out this fall?

She even apologized for her twitter outbreak. SF gate reports:

Ayesha Curry says she “didn’t think about the ramifications” when she called the NBA rigged on Twitter after husband Stephen Curry’s Warriors lost to the Cavaliers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Curry tells People magazine she regrets the ways she voiced how hurt she was and didn’t mean to offend anyone. She says what she wrote isn’t what she thinks about what her husband does for a living.

Stephen Curry was ejected from the June 16 game, which Cleveland won 115-101 to tie the series at three games each. Curry angrily threw his mouthpiece into the crowd and had to be held back by teammates before leaving the court.

We know you guys love Ayesha Curry, but we also got that Kanye West X Travis Scott ‘piss on your grave’ exclusively backlinked here too.

Do you favor some cupcakes? #cooking #sojones
Do you favor some cupcakes? #cooking #sojones

Ayesha Curry tweeted, “I’ve lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money …. Or ratings … not sure which. I won’t be silent. Just saw it live sry.”

The tweet was soon deleted and she later wrote, “tweeted in the head of the moment because the call was uncalled for.”

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