Ayesha Curry has her fair share of fans and critics alike. Curry, who’s gearing up for the release of her very first cookbook this fall and preparing for her new Food Network show, recently announced that a pop up restaurant was also on the horizon. Among all of the congratulatory responses, there was one negative comment in particular that caught Ayesha’s attention when they asked why her only goals were to make a profit off of her husband’s success and why she isn’t encouraging women to seek higher education instead of a place in the kitchen.
“My passion is cooking and food. I make people feel happy and comforted through creating delicious and exciting meals. Not sure why you’re so bitter but I am an entrepreneur in every sense of the word. You can continue to make assumptions while I continue working in silence and let the work speak for itself,” Ayesha responded.
We bet money half if not all of the naysayers will be skimming through Ayesha’s cookbook to criticize each and every recipe. But at least they’ll be reading. And she definitely doesn’t owe anybody on the bitter or negativity scale a response but this is a cool lesson on how to respond, if one should ever feel compelled to do so.