To her fans, Toya Wright was not the type to be featured on a reality show that had cat fights and backstabbing, especially because she is protective over her image, so it may come as a surprise that she did in fact consider the possibility of joining “Real Housewives Of Atlanta.”
I interviewed for the ‘Housewives,’ but I’m so used to doing shows with my producer, James DuBose, and being an executive producer on a show so I’m able to see how they portray me.
I work so hard to build such a positive brand and to just let people know who I am. I don’t want to mess that up.”
The issue Toya sees with doing reality shows is that the editing is done in such a way to draw in viewers and get high ratings, so they highlight the drama and tweek it so that the reality stars come across as something they may not necessarily be.
With the producers it’s about making good TV and some of them don’t really care about your personal life, as long as it’s something interesting for the cameras and something they can take to the next level to make juicy, they’re going to do it.”