Ayesha Curry Claps Back After Trolls Body Shame Her 10-Month-Old Son Canon

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May 22 2019, Published 11:02 p.m. ET

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Ayesha Curry has been bullied before, but she was shocked when evil trolls body shamed her 10-month-old son Canon on Instagram. Scroll through for details!

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Ayesha, 30, posted a photo of herself and her little boy in the swimming pool on Wednesday, May 22, and the abuse began when someone asked if she was pregnant.

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"Absolutely not LOL. My 30-lb. son is just breaking my back in every photo," Ayesha responded.

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That's when other followers expressed their surprise at her child's weight and suggested she needed to do something about it.

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"@ayeshacurry if that kid is 30lbs he's got some serious health issues going on," one user wrote. "Wow 30 lbs?!?!? He’s bigger than my 19-month-old nephew," another added.

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What really made the cookbook author mad though was when someone recommended she limit Canon's food intake. "Maybe portion control his food a bit," the user said in the comment that has since been deleted.

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She fired back, "Excuse you? No. Just no." The mother of three's fans were quick to come to her defense, but she decided to remove the photo from her post.

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What do you think of Ayesha's son getting body shamed? Sound off in the comments below! 


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