Toya Wright Admits “Social Media Goes Too Far” After Responding To Negativity About Her Daughter Online

by Brianna Moné Williams

February 19, 2019

Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage

Toya Wright is over the social media trolls who don’t have anything nice to say about her daughter. Recently, the mother of two posted photos of her baby girl with her boyfriend Robert Rushing — Reign — at her first birthday celebration. While many fans had nothing but well wishes, some Internet users left nasty comments under her photos, even calling the one-year-old, “ugly.”

And the 35-year-old had enough with the criticism of her child: “People are so f*****g miserable,” she replied in the caption of her Instagram post. “How can you talk about an innocent baby. Who the f**k raised y’all stupid a**es? I said I was not going to entertain the negativity but I’m sick of it.”

She continued by saying that the rude talk ends now: “I said I was not going to entertain the negativity but I’m sick of it. Social media goes too far. My kids always have and always will come before any of this sh*t and I will not tolerate any disrespect when it comes to them. Bet the land on that!”

Just last year, the reality TV star’s oldest daughter, Reginae Carter (who has always been one to back her family members) posted a video on social media addressing how people were leaving disrespectful comments about her baby sister, and she decided it was time to put it to rest. “I’ve been in this world since I was a little girl…I had to deal with y’all people talking so much stuff about me, but you won’t do it to my sister,” she said. “I swallow my thoughts and everything all the time. But the people on the Shade Room under those comments, y’all are pathetic. You need a job. You need something to keep you occupied.But being under that Shade Room talking about my sister, that’s what you’re not going to do. You’re going to have to meet me. We’re going to have to meet up, and we’re going to have to fight.” Watch the full video below:

While there is such a thing as freedom of speech, this is taking it too far, especially when talking about a child who can’t defend herself.

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