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Here’s What Ayesha Curry Had to Say About Drake’s Lyric About Her

"How I'm supposed to wife it?/ You not Ayesha enough," Drake raps on "Race My Mind."

Ayesha Curry

Ayesha Curry

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Ayesha Curry got her own line in Drake’s 2021 album, Certified Lover Boy, and she shared her thoughts about it in a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live.

“I think I was dumbfounded,” the cookbook author and wife of NBA star Stephen Curry told host Andy Cohen of the “Race My Mind” line, in which Drizzy raps, “How I’m supposed to wife it?/ You not Ayesha enough.”


She continued, “That’s our family, so I think I was appreciative that they respect me so much that they think I’m a great wife.”

Upon its release in 2021, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy blasted to the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart. He also notched 21 songs on the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, with “Race My Mind” debuting at No. 18. In the 63-year history of the Hot 100, it marked the second instance of an artist infusing 21 songs in the top 40 simultaneously, with both frames belonging to Drake. He first charted 21 titles on the Hot 100 dated July 14, 2018, concurrent with the chart arrival of his LP Scorpion (with 20 of the 21 entries that week from that set).

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See the moment with Ayesha Curry below.

This article was first published by Billboard U.S.

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The Black Keys Cancel North American Leg of International Players Tour

The rock duo's 31-date arena trek was scheduled to launch in September and included a date at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 11, 2024.

The Black Keys have abruptly canceled their upcoming North American tour.

The 31-date arena trek — which was scheduled to launch Sept. 17 in Tulsa, Okla., and wrap Nov. 12 in Detroit — quietly disappeared from Ticketmaster’s website without explanation on Friday (May 24).

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