Toya Wright Shares the "Surreal" Pain of Losing Her Brothers to Gun Violence

The reality star gets candid.

By Jasmine Washington

Toya Wright recently gave her first interview since the tragic shooting deaths of her brothers, Ryan 'Rudy' Johnson and Joshua 'Josh' Johnson.

During a chat with the ladies of The Real Wright recounted the details from the night she discovered that her 24-year-old and 30-year-old siblings were murdered in New Orleans this past July.

Wright explained, "Being around that was so surreal to me at the the moment. My mom identified the bodies and I just got numb. It's a pain I don't think I've ever felt in my life: to lose two siblings at one time over senseless violence."

Although there has not been an arrest made in connection to the case, Wright revealed that the shooting allegedly stemmed from a fight her youngest brother, Rudy, was involved in.

Toya also touched on whether or not emotional support from her first hubby, Lil Wayne, during her time of need rekindled romantic feelings. Wright concluded, "I will say this, you never know what the future holds, but right now, I feel like it's a no. He has a lot of growing up to do. He's still like the 'hot boy' Lil Wayne and I'm at a different place in my life. But I will support Wayne forever. That will never change because I'm his friend first."

What an amazing example of true love and friendship.