After I nearly had a heart attack and a stroke simultaneously during the Warriors VS Cavaliers final game, social media was split with support for LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Steph Curry. As I stumbled across crying LeBron memes and the awkward silence from Ayesha Curry on Twitter……I found Rihanna on Instagram trolling Steph Curry and being overly supportive of her “bae”, LeBron. Let us not forget that LeBron has been married to his high school sweetheart, Savannah, since 2013 and they have three children together. How does an openly single woman in Hollywood have the audacity to call a married man “BAE”, joke or not via social media. If your man was approached by an attractive woman, like Rihanna, would you give him a hall pass to cheat?
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So often on social media, I see men and women debate what it means to be “wifey material”. Who wrote the set of rules that determines whether or not a woman fits the mold of what a wife should be. It is 2016 right? Women are taught that if they don’t dress or act a certain way, then they will not get a decent husband. Society places unnecessary pressure for us to find a husband and get married but, not without looking and acting a certain way.
It is no secret that NBA player Steph Curry’s wife, Ayesha Curry, is put on a pedestal for men and is considered the ideal “goal”when it comes to marriage. From a public standpoint, Ayesha fits the mold of a conservative wife; but where is the issue with a married woman like Kim Kardashian also coexisting. Who says that getting you an “Ayesha Curry” is going to solve all of your problems when it comes to a relationship; she’s not an antidote.
The standards of a woman being “wifey material” are overrated and here’s why:
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