“T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” star Toya Wright is clearly looking like a bag of money nowadays.
Judging by the 36-year-old’s social media pages, fans believe she is working on a new project, although it’s unclear what it might be. She posted a short video clip of herself strutting out of an Atlanta office building while dressed to the nines.
She sported a black and silver sequined pantsuit with a black corset underneath and black open-toe heels to match her ensemble. She jazzed up her look with a red and black fedora and a pair of oversized earrings. Wright went for a sultry makeup look and vivacious red lipstick that matched her hat and opted for a long sleek ponytail.
There’s not doubt the mother of two was feeling herself as she wrote, via Instagram, “When them doors finally open I’m coming through that bitch like… 💰💰 📸.”
Fans were enamored with er 1940s “mob boss” affect.
“She bad…she bad… you betta weeeeeeerrerkkkkkk sis 🔥 this is a top notch boss @toyawright.”
“That hat though 💋👒 and this whole look is bomb af. U give me fever ma 😍.”
“👊🏽Love it! @toyawright come thru gurlllllllllll 😊 u putting pressure on these folks.”
“Ms.toya is that bishhhhh 🗣️❤️ show out then sis! They ain’t seen nothing like you yet.”
Wright seems to have been glowing more than usual lately, and fans seem to think it has something to do with her new healthy lifestyle.
She and her partner Robert “Red” Rushing have been on a fitness binge lately, and she’s been on a mission to shed a few pounds. During a recent episode of “Friends and Family Hustle,” the couple talked about making health and fitness a priority for themselves this year while showing off their intense workout sessions with fitness trainer Kory Phillips. They worked out on the cable machines with pull-downs, crossovers, rowing and curls. They also used squat machines and bosu balls for balance.
Before Wright’s fitness drive this year, she switched over to a healthier lifestyle a few years ago after she was diagnosed with fibroids, which are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus. Due to the severe pain and weight gain she experienced, she began eating healthier and exercising more to help relieve the symptoms.
“I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads,” she told People Magazine in 2017. “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”