Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is currently touring Asia as part of the Under Armour Roadshow promotional event in the Philippines over the weekend, where the defending NBA champion and MVP was asked to dance the whip and nae-nae.
Apparently, Riley isn’t the only one in the Curry family that has some serious dance moves. While at the event, Stephen attempted to recreate his daughter’s dance.
“She taught me,” Stephen was heard saying after he busted out the signature moves.
Following his performance, Stephen was in a dunking exhibition like LeBron James, his 2015 NBA Finals opponent, did last month in the same country. The next stop for the UA Roadshow is China.
What’s going on Manila??????????? The #UARoadshow is finally here. Can’t wait to see you guys and have some fun today.
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) September 5, 2015
Ayesha recently spoke to Time about parenting, and said everyone should let their “children be children.”
“I believe you should let your children be children, and don’t be afraid to be a parent, regardless of who’s watching,” she said.
“Family matters! Our children matter! At the end of the day, when all the lights dim, and the cameras are gone, we are still here as his biggest, loudest, and most supportive cheerleaders. We are also extremely proud that in spite of some criticism, Riley was able to share in that experience with her father and bring joy and laughter into the lives and homes of many all over the world,” she added, referring to a press conference Riley attended with Stephen.
Who do you think did the nae-nae better, Stephen or Riley? Leave your comments below.
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