Yesterday it was A$AP Rocky and today it’s Steph Curry.
Earlier Friday morning (Dec. 20), nude photos allegedly of Curry began circulating on social media, causing them to go viral and making the Warriors star a trending topic on Twitter.
It’s unknown who first uploaded the photos. And some even doubt if they are even real because there are discrepancies in the photos and Curry’s face is not visible in the ones where he is on full display, if you know what I mean.
Im off twitter for the day, i woke up and saw Steph Curry. Thats enough Twitter for the day, maybe the year.
— Kenny Beecham (@KOT4Q) December 20, 2019
When Ayesha Curry slap Steph Curry straight out his sleep to show him his nudes on the internet… pic.twitter.com/Uhz0S80dGK
— Legendary Fleano ™ (@_Sir_Lucious_) December 20, 2019
somebody said they now understand why steph curry’s wife wanted attention from other men i—sjkksskjs pic.twitter.com/RzIaNWXCTX
— mani (@jorrrmani) December 20, 2019
Those Steph Curry nudes is just a picture of him changing in the lockerroom and 3 random pictures of a beige dick. I can’t wait for people to start suing y’all on here.
— kayla (@theylovekiki_) December 20, 2019
Dwight Howard when he found out why Steph Curry was trending pic.twitter.com/Gq1OBBiVK5
— BLACK ADAM SCHEFTER (@B1ackSchefter) December 20, 2019
USA Today reports that uploading the photos could violate California’s revenge porn laws. If the original uploader is identified, they could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 maximum fine.
In June, Curry’s wife, Ayesha, expressed concern that their private photos could leak. She admitted that she had sent “hundreds” of racy photos to him.
“He won’t delete them off of his phone, he’s not that secure with his phone so it’s actually one of the scariest things in my life,” Ayesha told E!’s Daily Pop.
The Currys have not commented on the mater.
Just yesterday (Dec. 19), a sex tape allegedly of A$AP Rocky with a woman was published on the site, PornHub. The rapper is currently in the process of having the video removed from platforms.