Everyone copes in different ways!
In an interview with Style Like U, the 31-year-old admitted:
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Some people clearly have too much time on their hands.
ICYMI, Ayesha Curry took a lot of heat last week after she vented her frustration with the "rigged" NBA in a since-deleted tweet following her husband Stephen Curry's ejection from Game 6 of the finals.
On Sunday, the Golden State Warriors once again were defeated by the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers for all the marbles — but this time, the 27-year-old beauty was a little more graceful with her words.
Following the loss, she tweeted her support for her longtime beau's team:
Sunday night was QUITE a battle — and no, we don't just mean on Game Of Thrones!
If you didn't follow the series you definitely missed out, as James and crew brought the Cavs back from a 3-1 deficit to force game seven. Well, after a VERY heated back and forth game, LeBron ended up fulfilling what he came back to Cleveland for — to win them a sports championship for the first time in 52 years!
Seeing as how it was an AH-Mazing game, and the 31-year-old athlete has plenty of celebrity friends, it's no shock that Justin Timberlake, Mindy Kaling, and even President Barack Obama all gave Bron and the Cavs a shout out after LBJ broke down with tears of joy!
Ch-ch-check out all the best reactions (below) and let us know your thoughts on Cleveland's big win!
While LeBron James didn't show up, Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors read a HIGHlarious tweet about never reaching puberty and his teammate Klay Thompson read off an insult about his goatee! Oh snap.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing sketch as Magic, Steph, and more get absolutely BLASTED on social media!
This is going to be so cool!!
Details are scarce as news is just breaking of potential pairings for the project, but The Hollywood Reporter is confirming that the Cleveland Cavaliers star will find himself on the silver screen thanks to Justin Lin, Andrew Dodge, and Alfredo Botello, who are writing the sequel.
Of course, the first Space Jam starred LeBron's NBA superstar predecessor, Michael Jordan, and came out to worldwide fanfare in 1996.
In total, it grossed about $230.4 million worldwide as a live action/animation hybrid that paired the then-Chicago Bulls star with the Looney Tunes cartoon characters.
Now, Warner Bros. and the production team are
It go down in the DM!!
Before we begin, ch-ch-check out a screen grab of her since-deleted tweet (below)!
Girls' night out — family style!
The singer was there sitting courtside along with momma Tish and sister Brandi, watching LeBron James star for their Cavs and rocking BIG smiles (and short hair!) when she got caught on the Jumbotron in the arena!
Rocking her engagement ring, too, Cyrus posed for pics on the court after the game (above), and as you can tell (below), she clearly had some fun during the contest:
Who knew the NBA star had such a hold on the music industry?!
The brand new album untitled unmastered features previously unreleased songs that didn't make the cut for his Grammy-winning To Pimp A Butterfly.
The eight-track album was released on iTunes, Google Play, Tidal, and Spotify. K.Dot shared the news on his Twitter, writing: