Boston Celtics fans sent some messages when the NBA Finals transitioned to the East Coast for Games 3 and 4. Fans could be heard yelling, ‘F*ck you Klay!' and, ‘F*ck you Draymond!' on TV, and the atmosphere was even more hostile in person. Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry obviously didn't care…or did he?

Curry dropped 43 points in Game 4, helping to tie the series at 2-2 and shifting home-court advantage back to the Warriors. He wasn't so effective shooting the ball in Game 5, but was able to help his Dubs to a win. That's when Curry came out postgame wearing this ‘Ayesha Curry Can Cook' shirt.

Here's the exchange Curry had with a reporter when asked about the shirt.

Reporter: “I can't read the final part [of your shirt].”

Stephen Curry: “Ayesha Curry can cook.”

Reporter: “Can you tell me the backstory of that?”

Stephen Curry: “You gotta ask around the room and ask Twitter.”

Curry wore this shirt after signs were seen around local Boston bars and restaurants saying that Ayesha can't cook.

It's been a fun back-and-forth to monitor over the last couple weeks, as Celtics fans feel a type of way about the Warriors that hasn't been reciprocated. Maybe that's called passion or maybe it's called going over the line. You could make a case for either one.

For his part, however, Stephen Curry is having fun with it.

“I'm the Petty King so I know all about everything,” Curry said when asked about the back-and-forth on social media. “I use it as entertainment and just have fun with it. The more you're on the stage, the more you realize the attention that is on you, how much it means to each fan base, how much it means to the cities. So you can't really be surprised by anything. There's a lot at stake when it comes to winning championships.”

It didn't always used to be that way. Curry's first NBA Finals was back in 2015, but it seems like a lifetime ago considering all that's happened since. Eight years and six NBA Finals appearances later, the noise surrounding the championship series is all but expected by Curry.

“Maybe back in the day, the first year, first two years, maybe things catch you off guard just because it's so new,” Stephen Curry explained. “You wonder how these narratives come up, all the distractions pop up here and there. I think the more you get into these environments, the more you use it as entertainment, fun, embrace it. Honestly, you wouldn't want to have it any other way, knowing that you're on this stage and you're playing for something that really matters to a lot of people.”

If these photos are any indication, Thursday night's Game 6 in Boston is going to be even more hectic than the first two games here.