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Sex, phone, coffee, or weed? Steph Curry tells Ayesha Curry what he couldn't live without for a month

Steph was quick to answer, and according to Ayesha's reaction, he gave the right answer.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and wife Ayesha Curry

Steph and Ayesha Curry

If there’s one person who knows Steph Curry the most, it's his wife Ayesha Curry. With Steph being an NBA superstar, the couple has had its fair share of link-ups to bizarre rumors. Nevertheless, Steph and Ayesha have proven that nothing can tear them apart, and their 10 years of marriage already speak for themselves.

With that in mind, it’s only proper that the pair is sure about what they can and can’t live without.

Steph won’t live without it

During a Q&A session on HBO Max’s new reality show, “About Last Night,” Ayesha asked her husband what he could not live without for one straight month—sex, coffee, phone, or weed.

To everyone’s surprise, it did not take long for the two-time NBA MVP to make a definitive response. According to Steph, he is sure he wouldn’t survive a month without getting intimate with his wife.

Ayesha: Babe, what could you not live without for one month? 

Steph: Sex. For sure.

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Needless to say, it was the answer Ayesha was kind of expecting from her husband. On the other hand, Steph was also thrilled to have witnessed his wife giggle a bit as she acknowledged it by saying, “Okay.”

Ayesha: Okay [laughs.]

Steph: Okay, I was just making sure we on the same page now. Ten years in, we better be on the same page.

Ayesha: I know. Cheers to that!

Steph and Ayesha have kept it “spicy”

Unlike other relationships, Steph and Ayesha were able to keep the fire burning for 10 years. While some of us think that it’s a bit difficult for them to do so, considering the hectic schedules and other stressful things that come with being a celebrity couple, the truth is, Steph and Ayesha are just like any other husband and wife.

In fact, Ayesha said that the key to their lasting and happy marriage had nothing to do with any of the perks of being famous personalities. Instead, it was just as simple as making sure that they always find time for each other.

For us, it’s just not forgetting to date each other, make the time to get dressed up and go out and do all the things,” Ayesha told People earlier this year. “That’s what keeps it spicy.

From the look of it, it’s safe to say that Steph Curry isn’t only a chef inside the basketball court, but he also knows the perfect recipe for cooking a happy and lasting relationship.

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