'Family Hustle' Star Toya Wright Chops off Her Hair after Suffering from Postpartum Alopecia
The 34-year-old entrepreneur and television personality, Toya Wright, did the needful which is to cut off her hair. However, her boyfriend, Robert Rushing, isn't in support of the new hairdo.
On Saturday, the star of "T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle" showed off the new look on Instagram. She posted a clip of her stylist, making something beautiful of her short hair.
The mom-of-two powerfully rocked a stunning pixie cut, as revealed by Celebrity Insider. Toya disclosed that she chose the daring haircut because she wanted a new look and assured boyfriend Robert that it would grow back.
The video has been liked over 450k times by netizens, accompanied with more than 20,000 comments. She posted the video with a caption that read:
"I'm loving my new look."
It appears that she is not the only one "loving" the new style.
Her fans and even her daughter admire the reality star's absolute beauty. However, in the comment section of the post, Wright mentioned that her love interest, Rushing, doesn't like it, as reported by Atlanta Black Star.
Her trainer, Kory Philips, mentioned the dissatisfied boyfriend in the comments and wrote:“This hard bro," and Wright responded:
“@iamthekingoffitness tell em Ko. He [Red Rushing] is not with it 😂.”
“@mrrushlife yes she’s cute with this cut! I’m loving this new you your hair is bomb af 👀😍.”
“Most men don’t like short hair… He’ll get use to it. You look incredible 🔥 this is the best look you have ever done!!!"
She shared a video of her thinning edges and explained that the hair loss was associated to her pregnancy after doing some research.
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Postpartum Alopecia Is so real... I didn’t know why my hair was falling out. I just noticed my edges and the middle of my hair were getting super thin. Every time I would wash my hair it would come out in chunks. I’ve always had full edges. I did some research and found out that new moms are surprised to be shedding more hair than usual in the first few months after giving birth, but it's perfectly normal. there's no need to panic: Your hair should be back to normal around your baby's first birthday. That’s way too long to be without edges but it’s a part of the beauty of giving birth. I just wanted to share that with you ladies. Who else is experiencing postpartum hair loss? .....cause I don’t like it 😫!! #imbaldbihhhh
Toya was, however, confident that her hair would return to normal around her daughter's first birthday. We guess she was right.