People Want To Identify This Fan For Making A NSFW Comment About Ayesha Curry On Live TV
An inappropriate remark was made about Ayesha Curry on CP24 last night.
After the Golden State Warriors beat the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals last night, Toronto fans were interviewed by CP24. During the live interview, one fan made an inappropriate remark about Steph Curry's wife. People are now resharing the clip on social media in hopes of finding the guy who made the NSFW comment about Ayesha Curry on live TV.
The CP24 reporter went live on Sunday night, asking Raptors fans what it was like to watch the game in Jurassic Park. One fan spoke up, claiming that the experience was "unreal." He then quickly shifted the conversation, saying "I just wanted to let everyone know: Ayesha Curry, we're going to f*** her in the p****."
The man concluded his remark with a sinister laugh, while his friends looked on disappointed and slightly horrified. The reporter repeatedly apologized for the offensive comment that was broadcasted live to audiences throughout the city.
The video, which was posted on social media, has unsurprisingly been met with harsh criticism, specifically condemning Toronto fans' behaviour over the last few days. Whether or not the criticism has been warranted remains at the centre of a hot debate between fans.
One Twitter user commented on the video, "I mean...the fireworks incident, blocking the Warriors' team bus, chanting f*** Steph Curry. I thought Canadians were polite people. Lol! All the losing is getting to them. Haha."
One Toronto Raptors fan commented, "It's our first ever NBA Finals compared to the Warriors being there every year. The passion has definitely been taken to another level." Although the fan claims he wasn't trying to justify the actions of Toronto fans that have taken it too far, he did suggest that those who behave poorly and engage in post-season antics are typically those who aren't true fans.
Other Twitter users are calling on the fan's workplace to terminate him as a direct result of his offensive comment. One commented that the remark could be considered sexual harassment.
In any event, the vast majority of Torontonians agree that inappropriate remarks, especially those directed at people who have nothing to do with the game, are unacceptable.