You can write the facts but let’s stop speculating.
The rant comes just after Curry hit out at the magazines for the way they had reported on her father’s passing – getting their facts wrong and being disrespectful in the way they covered her loss.
Unfortunately it’s not new – magazines (and all media outlets) reporting about people and their private lives with misleading information, using the wrong facts and portraying the story in a disrespectful way. Sometimes they are called out on it, and other times (many times) they go unnoticed.
The two publications in Curry's firing line were glossy, gossip magazines that have been previously accused of printing misrepresented stories at times. But this isn't just about the glossy magazine industry, it's not just about gossip stories, this goes beyond that. What Curry has brought to the forefront is the way the media needs to deal with celebrities personal lives, because in the end they're people.
The former Olympian took to Facebook to respond to a recent story that had suggested radio presenter, Fifi Box was pregnant with her second child, with Curry's ex (Grant Kenny). Box is already a mother to two-year-old, Trixie (who's thought to be Kenny's child).
Curry said that the story was made up of, "lies, deceit and misleading garbage." She wrote on her Facebook page that enough was enough.
“Fiona (Fifi) is not pregnant, Grant is not a father again and leave dear little Trixie alone,” Curry wrote. She has since edited the post to remove Fifi, Grant and Trixie's names.
Curry's anger over the child speculation came after she was deeply hurt and (understandably) angered about the way the magazines had written about her father passing away.