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Toya Johnson is responding to the backlash she faced for allowing reality TV cameras into the courtroom to capture the murder trial of the man who is charged with killing her brothers in 2016.

In September on 2019, a man named Antoine “Tweezy” Edwards was convicted of killing Toya’s brothers, 24-year-old Ryan “Rudy” Johnson and 31-year-old Joshua Johnson. Edwards was sentenced to life in prison. Reality TV cameras were there to capture the trial for Toya’s storyline on “Tiny & T.I.: Friends and Family Hustle.

Toya defends documenting the heavy experience for reality tv, telling Page Six, “This is my reality.”

“The truth is, people were asking me why [I am] showing all that stuff,” Wright noted. The 36-year-old “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” star also said her pals were “stunned” that she would grant such access.

“But when you sign up to do a reality show,” she continued, “this is my reality.”


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