Ayesha Curry attending The 2017 ESPYS on July 12, 2017 (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

Ayesha Curry is clapping back at a Houston Rockets fan who “allegedly harassed her and bumped into her pregnant belly,” People reports.

The altercation took place last Thursday after Ayesha’s husband Steph Curry’s team The Golden State Warriors lost to the Houston Rockets, but that’s not what upset Mrs. Curry. A video that quickly surfaced online showed a fan harassing Ayesha outside Houston’s Toyota Center.

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The video’s caption read: “HAHAHAHAHA @ayeshacurry HEY SAVE THAT SALT FOR YOUR SHITTY COOKING SHOW!! LMAO MAD AF #ROCKETS.”


In the 30-second video, the fan can be heard calling the 29-year-old, who is currently pregnant and carrying her third child, “bitter” and “rude.” The short clip ends with Ayesha, who is also a successful chef and author, walking toward the fan’s direction.

Wasting no time, Ayesha immediately took to social media to call out a Twitter user for “having the audacity to post this after [the fan] bumped me in my 8-month pregnant belly asking and I quote, ‘doesn’t losing feel like getting punched in the gut?’ And continued to follow me and taunt me with his camera is beyond me…but ‘This is America’ right.”
One user accused Ayesha of lying and tweeted, “Multiple witnesses. Nobody touched her. She actually assaulted the guy by stealing his cig and throwing it in his face.”

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On Friday, Curry tweeted: “I thought it was an accident at first because it was crowded and then he made that gut comment and continued to follow me. I should’ve got him in the face instead of saving his life by removing the cigarette he was swinging around in my face. Wish there was full footage.”


But … the drama didn’t end there. Later, a man named Jose G. Camargo claimed he was the fan in the video. He says he never “bumped” or “touched” Ayesha’s pregnant belly and “immediately apologized” after he realized she was pregnant.

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Ayesha Curry’s third child is expected to arrive sometime in July.