Toya Wright‘s body apparently is a force to be reckoned with.
The “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” reality star gave fans a view of bodacious curves while attempting to workout. She took to Instagram on Wednesday and posted a photo of herself in the gym preparing for her and her partner Robert “Red” Rushing‘s upcoming 5k event that took place on June 8.
“Getting ready for the 5k walk/ run in Shreveport, la…. Register today and join us this Saturday at Southern Hills park at 11 am,” she wrote in her caption, adding the hashtag, “💪🏾 #wnmshreveport.”
In the photo, Wright sported a form-fitting blue and lime-green bodysuit with the back cut-out and a pair of sneakers. Her ensemble clearly accentuated her derriere which fans passionately took notice to.
“Hot damn 🔥🔥 I just wanna be sexy in the gym like this man 😭 .”
“I wanna be this mf fine in the gym !! You trying to cause a gym accident.”
“Ain’t nobodyyyyyyy f–kin with your body sisssss 🔥.”
“That booty and body is to die for 😍😫 running to the gym 😩🏃🏽♀️💨🏃🏽♀️ workout barbie.”
Wright’s good friend Tiny Harris also commented, “Girl u too damn sexy in that gym!!! 😻🔥.”
Earlier in March, the 36-year-old mother of two told fans she’d started hitting the gym again, declaring she was on a mission to lose 15 pounds. Her and Rushing also participated in New Orleans’ ‘Weight No More’ 5K race that March, similar to the one they partook in this weekend.
When it comes to her health, Wright clearly takes it serious especially after suffering from a few health issues in the past. 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,” she noted. “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”