You've probably seen the images by now. The national champion Clemson Tigers eating McDonald's at the White House with President Donald Trump.
Instead of a nice, freshly prepared meal to celebrate their championship, the Tigers got fast food.
The visual of the Clemson players being honored with fast food didn't sit well with a lot of people, including Ayesha Curry.
On Tuesday afternoon, Curry responded to a tweet, saying she was feed the Clemson players "a real feast."
Ayesha Curry is a successful chef who opened her International Smoke restaurant in San Francisco in November of 2017. She has also appeared on a few reality cook TV shows.
This continues the discord between the Currys and the Trump. After winning the NBA title in 2017, the Warriors were asked about visiting the White House to meet with Trump. Steph Curry said he didn't want to go and then Trump withdrew an invitation in an early-morning tweet on Setp. 23, 2017.
In February of 2017, Curry criticized Trump after Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank called Trump a "real asset to the country."
Just another chapter in the Curry-Trump beef.