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Woke NBA Star Steph Curry Hypocritically Opposes Low-Income Housing Near His CA Mansion

Once again a wealthy and famous sports personality has been caught in hypocrisy.

NBA player Stephen Curry has intentionally positioned himself as a social justice activist calling on all Americans to join him in supporting radical leftist’ agenda items.

Curry is a longtime Democrat who has been increasingly participating in events promoting equity. In one of the events, He joined former president Barack Obama for a town hall on racial equality in 2019. 

But, the NBA All-Star has been caught telling his city council, “Not in my backyard” (NIMBY).

Despite being part of a nonprofit that “aims to promote economic equality and opportunity,” Curry and his wife are opposing the construction of a low-income housing development near their multi-million dollar mansion.

If their $30 million mansion is not spared its new neighbor, the Currys asked for higher fencing and landscaping between the properties.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

NBA superstar and Biden-supporter Stephen Curry is opposing the proposed construction of a low-income multifamily unit proposed for construction next to his $30 million mansion, saying he has “major concerns” for his “privacy” and “safety.”

Curry, who joined a nonprofit in 2021 focused on “bridging the racial wealth gap,” wrote a letter with his wife Ayesha to the city of Atherton, Calif., asking that it reconsider the construction of a 16-unit property near their estate.

“We hesitate to add to the ‘not in our backyard’ (literally) rhetoric, but we wanted to send a note before today’s meeting,” the couple wrote in the letter. “Safety and privacy for us and our kids continues to be our top priority.”

While the Golden State Warriors guard opposes affordable housing in his own neighborhood, Curry in 2021 joined the nonprofit NinetyToZero, which aims to promote economic equality and opportunity.

“Bridging the racial wealth gap is one of the biggest challenges of our generation,” Curry said at the time. “Uncovering solutions and creating opportunities is something I’m profoundly committed to.”

Atherton officials are racing to meet a Tuesday deadline imposed by the state for cities to submit plans to build more affordable housing. The Currys want the city to scrap the project near their home in favor of others further away.


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