Cleveland fans reacts to Curry controversy

"Bye, Ayesha"
Posted at 5:32 PM, Jun 17, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-17 17:32:30-04

Cleveland is ready for the Cavs to head into game 7 this weekend, but 'The Land' isn't the only place heating up.

Social media is on fire- everyone talking about Warrior, Steph Curry's wife, and the controversial comments she made on Twitter after game 6. 

Her tweets followed a tough moment for husband, Steph Curry. It was first time the rival point guard has fouled out in years. 

Ayesha tweeting; "I've lost all respect, sorry this is absolutely rigged for money, or ratings, I'm not sure which."

Curry deleted the tweet and backtracked. She explained online that she tweeted in the heat of the moment. But her backpedal didn't stop her from making a splash.

"If the NBA is rigged, she better thank her lucky starts because they rigged it for her husband to win two MVPs and worth 100 million dollars," ESPN's Brian Windhorst said.

"It's probably a hurtin' thing to watch your man on the court and he ain't makin nothing happen" fan, Yvette Moore, said. 

Some fans told NewsChannel 5 they're giving her the benefit of the doubt.

"She should have thought before she spoke, but sometimes things happen."

Either way, the Cavs fans NewsChannel 5 talked to are moving on and gearing up for Sunday's game; because Cleveland is ALL IN. 

"Smooches to you Mrs. LeBron! Cuz your man handled his business. Yes, he did. Go Cleveland," fan, Yvette Moore, said.