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‘Waist Snatched’: Fans Notice Toya Wright Is Getting ‘Skinty’

Toya Wright‘s physique is catching a whole lot of attention.

Folks claimed the “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” shed some inches off her waist when they her post of a smoking-hot photo of herself. She took to Instagram on Thursday with an image of herself posing outside in her A’ La’ Posh wear.

The mother of two sported a white-and-black form-fitting mesh dress with a pair of black open-toe stiletto heels. She also sported a natural makeup look and wore her hair in black ringlets.

Toya Wright
Toya Wright. @toyawright/Instagram

Wright captioned her post “Feelin sexy in my @alaposhclothing dress. #poshdoll.”

Fans gushed over her post, pointing out her apparent petite size.

“Girl u snatched 😍prosperity looks good on you!!!💪🏽 Just stunning💕.”

“Sis you’re looking super skinty! You look good though❤️😍.”

“Toya that waist is snatched girl! This is 🔥… You look amazing as always!”

“But look at that body tho sis slayyyyeddd 😍💜 you getting skinty in ALL the right places!”

Wright said she started going back to the gym in early March, declaring she was on a mission to lose 15 pounds. By March 30 she and her companion Robert Rushing participated in New Orleans’ Weight No More 5K race. She’s apparently been making a conscious effort to get back in shape since giving birth to her 1-year-old daughter Reign Rushing in February 2018.

Toya Wright
NEWNAN, GA – SEPTEMBER 19: Antonia Wright attends 2 Chainz Haunted Pink Trap House at 13 Stories on September 19, 2018 in Newnan, Georgia. (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

When it comes to her health, the 36-year-old author takes it extremely seriously. She told People Magazine in February 2017 that she was diagnosed with fibroids, which are tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus.

She said during that time that her uterus was the size of a “five-months pregnant woman” and she gained an exceptional amount of weight. To help with the pain and weight gain, the reality star began exercising and eating healthy.

“I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads,” said Wright. “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”

She added, “I do a lot of cardio, like walking and cycling. At that time of the month, the fibroids flare up, and when I exercise it helps me not feel so much pain.”

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