Fake and phony are the words being thrown at Toya Wright after she posted several pictures where she was having fun at the 2019 Super Bowl.
The reality TV star and author shared a few photos where she is with her daughter, Reginae Carter, and several friends at the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.
Robert Rushing’s lady love looked sensational in a black and gold outfit which she wore in support of the New Orleans Saints, but she was dragged for not supporting Colin Kaepernick.
Fans had no mercy on Toya for her decision to show the NFL love.
One angry supporter said: “It’s sad too because they could have made a statement. It would have been incredible to see them take a stand with Kap!well she should of been in Nola at the big parade they were having for the saint losing it would have made the support better than attending a game she was just protesting Colin against.”
Another commenter called her a sellout and a fake.
The person shared: “Look at all the “ #ImWithKap “ people. Fake. Meanwhile, the mayor of Atlanta allowed the destruction of Kaepernick’s painting days before the Superbowl…how convenient! Not to mention the Superbowl itself brought in billions of dollars and I guarantee not a dime will go back to the city of Atlanta, just like these celebrities who claim to go hard for there city and don’t do shit but make money off the poor, while the rich get wealthy…it’s sickening! Half ass protest get half ass results.”
A third follower backed Toya by saying: “The subject was Superbowl. I haven’t anyone talking about boycotting it all. So you boycott it all, a majority of the 53 players on a team don’t have million dollar contracts. I’m really slow🤦♀️ who would support their families if there’s no money coming in?as far as telling the others not to play, who will support all of those families?”
A fourth comment read: “Probably, but you support because it’s your team somewhat you lost or not, everybody still supported the team on yesterday rather they was in or not, that’s what real fans do #WhoDatNation.”
Toya is not really known for her public stances; she should be left alone, some people say.