“T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” actress Toya Wright and her companion Robert “Red” Rushing are in the midst of building their empire together while still flaunting their love all over social media.
Wright and Rushing, who initially kept their relationship under wraps after it began in 2017, are being deemed as relationship goals after achieving more than a few milestones together, like buying a new home and expanding their business ventures.
At the top of the year, the pair created their company Weight No More 5k to help fight against obesity and help others incorporate fitness in their daily lives. Promoting their business, Wright took to Instagram Tuesday afternoon and posted a photo of herself and Rushing locking hands and gazing at each as they rocked their brand wear.
The 36-year-old mother of two was dressed in all black athleisure wear while her companion rocked red and black attire. Wright captioned her post, “Be a boss, date a boss, build an empire 💪🏾 #weightnomore.”
Fans apparently lauded the celeb’s advice and flooded her photo with a slew of comments.
“In that order! And marry a boss! Having someone to do life with is amazing ❤️.”
“Power couple 😍🗣 @toyawright black love at its finest #buildingtogether.”
“Its so much power in this pic. I love y’all Just when you thought you’d never love again!! Boom 💥.. Blessings to you both!! ❤️ #relationshipgoals.”
“Love how y’all work together absolutely dedicated & amazingly Lovely Couple 🐐.”
Wright and Rushing are clearly setting the bar high for other couples. On top of building a business together, they also just purchased their first home.
“Me and my baby bought our 1st home together!” she announced via Instagram July 19. “Thank u @b_luxurious for helping us find our beautiful new home ❤️.”
As for her and Rushing’s new fitness venture, Wright said it was inspired by her apparent weight gain after giving birth to 1-year-old daughter Reign Rushing in February 2018.
“After I had my daughter, I was really struggling to find myself again,” she told the audience at Dallas Ultimate Women’s Expo on May 18. “Looking in the mirror was one of those tough things to do because I was gaining this weight. … It was a struggle to get up and get back in the gym.”
“So me and my dude decided to come up with ‘Weight No More.’ It started with a 5K to help fight against obesity. … It something I wanted to do with everybody who’s struggling like I am.”
She and Rushing have planned a third 5K walk, which is slated to take place in Albany, Georgia, next month.