Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, was the latest celebrity to denounce President Donald Trump for a tweet condemning the protesters of George Floyd’s murder.

Trump, who vowed there’s nothing he’d like to do than to delete his Twitter account, predictably went back to Twitter to complain about the recent riots that have taken over Minnesota on the wake of Floyd’s case.

Those protesting are outraged not only for Floyd’s murder, but the fact that the officer restraining him; Derek Chauvin, has yet to be arrested despite photo and video proof of the incident.

Ayesha Curry responded with two tweets denouncing Trump’s actions.

Twitter HQ, which has been mum to Trump’s rant of their practice of fact-checking him, actually posted a public notice interest note on one of his tweets — noting it had violence-laced content not suited for the faint of heart.

Live and breathe the NBA?

🚨 Get viral NBA graphics, memes, rumors and trending news delivered right to your inbox with the Clutch Newsletter.

This isn’t the first time Twitter has had to do so with Trump’s tweet, but many people, including Ayesha Curry, saw this before the popular social media network could censor it.

Governor Tim Walz held a press conference on Friday morning to address the incident, asking for calm amid this civil unrest while vowing to “rebuild the city, rebuild our justice system, and rebuild the relationship between law enforcement and those they’re charged to protect.”

“George Floyd’s death should lead to justice and systemic change, not more death and destruction,” Walz said, according to CBS News.

Meanwhile, Ayesha Curry got wind that the arrest and consequent death of George Floyd could have been a hate crime, as a recent report said Floyd and Chauvin were both bouncers at a local restaurant for 17 years and had known each other for a long time.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey called for criminal charges on the officers that were part of the crime scene.

“I am not a prosecutor, but let me be clear: The arresting officer killed someone,” Frey told CBS News, via CNN. “He (Floyd) would be alive today if he were white.”

Ayesha Curry will be praying for Trump, even if he’s yet to do something to help matters at the moment.