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Ayesha Curry Unfussed As Mesh Bra Play-Doh Slamming Hijacks Instagram

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By Rebecca Cukier

Ayesha Curry has yet to respond to the giant wave of slamming comments left to her Instagram post made six days ago. The 31-year-old cookbook queen and wife to Golden State Warriors player Steph Curry made headlines for a Play-Doh promo that was paid – Ayesha looking stunning in a mesh bra as she posed by a table scattered with little Play-Doh pots proved ill-received by a fan stating:

"Her husband earns about 60 million dollars a year and she’s doing ads 🤔🤔"

Ayesha All Silent As Storm Rages On

Ayesha Curry poses by laundry machines
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The comments section has since exploded, with the "Family Food Fight" host's own fans debating whether or not she should be raking in cash from paid promos. 32-year-old Steph's NBA salary sat at $37.46 million in 2018. His 2019 earnings – including lucrative endorsement deals – are reported to be over $79.5 million.

While early replies saw Ayesha's 7.3 million followers back her up – "If she wasn’t getting her own money you’d still be in the comments calling her a gold digger bro get outta here – other remarks have since come in.

Picture With A 'Damn Toy' Would Be 'Easiest Decision Ever'

Ayesha Curry poses with husband Steph on a patio
Ayesha Curry/Instagram

"If she wasn’t getting her own money you’d still be in the comments calling her a gold digger bro get outta here," one fan wrote defending Ayesha.

"Wouldn’t you too if a company offered you six figures or more to take a picture with some damn toy...easiest decision I would ever have to make🤷🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️" went down the same route.

Eyes were on the Hasbro product, though, as one user wrote: "Homemade play dough is easy to make and less toxic 😊."

Ayesha is currently facing a $10 million lawsuit – Flutie Entertainment, with whom Ayesha partnered with up until 2019, has been throwing out accusations that she ran off as the company helped launch her high-profile career.

How Much Did She Earn From Play-Doh?

Ayesha Curry takes a gym selfie
Ayesha Curry/Instagram

Ayesha fully abided by Instagram's required #AD, also writing that Play-Doh has been a "life saver since we have been spending so much time at home." Experts over at Vox have thrown out estimated potential figures for social media influencers.

"Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!"

Ayesha also acts as an occasional influencer for affordable clothing giant Fashion Nova. But this beauty's gigs are never-ending, with a brand-new project getting press.

Launches 'Sweet July' With The Best Hidden Meaning Ever

Ayesha Curry straddles Steph Curry in swimwear
Steph Curry/Instagram

Ayesha has just dropped her "Sweet July" lifestyle magazine – the meaning behind the name is a heart-melter.

"And we called it Sweet July. Why? Well, all three of our babies were born in July, we got married in July and it’s the 7th month in the calendar year. It’s the time in my life where I find I have the most joy and excitement. I wanted to carry that through every day and simply honour and find gratitude in the big and the small moments," she wrote on Instagram.

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