Toya Wright‘s vibrant appearance seems to be a hot topic on social media.
The “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” actress apparently looks better than ever these days. She not only glowing with love, but her new and improved lifestyle appears to be having some sort of positive effect on her overall appearance.
Wright took to Instagram Tuesday evening and posted a photo of herself seemingly strutting down a side street, although it’s unclear where she was. She was dressed in a yellow and red floral plunging romper and a pair of open-toe beige sandals. She accessorized her flirty attire with a gold cross and gold hoop earrings and opted for a simplistic hairstyle and makeup look.
She flashed a huge smile for the camera with the sun beaming on her face and body. The 36-year-old mother of two added in her photo caption, “Smile it intimidates those who wish to destroy you.”
Her post accumulated over 56,000 likes and several comments from her 6.7 million followers who clamored over her look.
“They can’t destroy all tht fineness bae. 🔥😍😋 lol yes thighs 😩😍 you’re so naturally pretty @toyawright.”
“Sis looks amazing these days ! ❤ ur outfit & ur spirit 😚 stay beautiful 💗.”
“Amazing!!!..you look good mama! Always beautiful from the feet up sweetie 🔥 how do u keep ur legs so toned?”
“😮😘 @toyawright simply amazing you’re so gorgeous. You are losing weight fast …. looking good though 😍🙌🏾.”
Wright not only upped her fitness game over the last few months, she’s also converted over to a healthier diet and temporarily went on a no sugar challenge.
“I see a big difference in my body in 4 days of eating healthy and working out,” she tweeted last month. “I been going crazy without my snacks but seeing the results is all worth it! #day4 #nosugarchallenge #wegotthis #wnm.”
The reality star also relies on staying fit to help her with certain medical issues, like her fibroid pain. She told People in February 2017 that she works out on a regular basis and keeps a clean diet to manage her fibroids.
“I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads,” she said. “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.”