Steph Curry, the legendary basketball player for the Golden State Warriors, recently participated in an interview with Wired to discuss his new documentary, Underrated.
However, his comments about his family’s eye color and hair have sparked controversy among some Twitter users.
During the interview, Curry answered Google’s most asked questions and mentioned that his family has light eyes, referring to himself as the “green-eyed monster” as his mom used to call him.
He also praised his family for having “beautiful hair.”
These comments are being criticized as “colorist” by some of his fans.
Folks got mad that Steph Curry said his family has “nice eyes” lol. Y’all are so weird ? but if he called his hair “nice”, it wouldn’t have been an issue?
— Kamala Harris Stan Account (@All_aMIRRican) August 5, 2023
Do you think he is being honest or displaying colorist tendencies?
Steph Curry is widely recognized as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, known for his incredible shooting abilities and his impact on the sport.
He has revolutionized the game by inspiring teams and players to take more three-point shots. Curry has achieved numerous accolades, including four NBA championships, two NBA Most Valuable Player awards, and nine NBA All-Star selections.
His achievements have solidified his legacy in the sport. Curry comes from a basketball-oriented family, being the son of former NBA player Dell Curry and the older brother of current NBA player Seth Curry.
He played college basketball for the Davidson Wildcats, where he set scoring records and earned conference player of the year honors. Additionally, Curry holds the single-season NCAA record for most three-pointers made during his sophomore year.
The Golden State Warriors selected Curry as the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft. Since then, he has made significant contributions to the team’s success, solidifying his place in NBA history.
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