Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has added a few new tattoos over the years, and each of them is unique and comes with an interesting meaning. Curry has opted to keep his tattoo choices fairly straightforward and overwhelmingly large either, with one visible on his wrist and two others on his biceps.
Curry also added a fourth back in 2017 after the Warriors locked up their second NBA title in three seasons, as Daniel Mano of The Mercury News revealed. Before getting into that one, let’s take a look at the meaning behind Curry’s first two tattoos.
Stephen Curry, Wife Ayesha Have Matching Tattoos
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As Gabe Friedman of Jewish Telegraphic Agency details, Curry’s first tattoo is a Hebrew phrase from 1 Corinthians 13:8 and it means “love never fails.” It also explains that Steph’s wife, Ayesha has the same matching tattoo.
While Friedman explains that Steph is not Jewish, the reasoning for his tattoo being in Hebrew may have to do with his mother. According to The Jerusalem Post, Curry’s mother Sonya studied Hebrew for four years.