Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Entrepreneur Rapper Television Personality

Toya Johnson

Toya Johnson’s net worth is $12 million.

Toya Johnson

Who is Toya Johnson?

American Toya Johnson is a rapper, entrepreneur, and television personality. Toya Johnson is well-known for her roles in TV shows such as Tiny & Toya and Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta. She is the author of Priceless Inspirations and the owner of G.A.R.B. Boutique.

Toya Johnson – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Toya Johnson was born Antonia Johnson on October 26, 1983, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

She is of British-Scottish descent.

Her father, Walter Andrews, and mother, Anita Johnson, are both published authors.

She is the second of five siblings, comprising four brothers, Josh, Walter Johnson Jr., Rudy, and Casey, and one sister, Anisha.

His brothers, Josh and Rudy, were slain inside their automobile on July 31, 2016.

Her academic credentials are not published.

Net Worth of Toya Johnson? Salary, Earning

Toya Johnson has a net worth of $12 million as a result of her job choice.

Her earnings as an author range from $24k to $103k.

Aside from that, she earns money from the royalties on her novels.

Aside from that, she earns money via her business enterprises, which include her boutique and GARB Shoetique.

She also earns money through her television appearances and production work.

Facts of Toya Johnson

Age:39 years
Birth Date:October 26, 1983
Full Name:Toya Johnson
Net Worth:$12 million
Professionrapper, entrepreneur, and television personality

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Toya Johnson is currently engaged to Robert Rushing.

Her fiancee, Robert, is a sports manager and entrepreneur in Atlanta.

He is the owner of two clothing lines. The couple got engaged on November 27th, 2019.

The couple started dating in 2017.

Toya was formerly married to Memphitz Wright. The wedding took place on June 18, 2011, in Atlanta.

Rasheeda, Tameka Harris, and Lauren London were among the celebrities who attended the wedding ceremony.

Toya Johnson is with Robert Rushing. Source; Ebony Magazine

However, after four years of marriage, they divorced in February 2015.

She was once married to rapper Lil Wayne. They were married on November 29, 1998.

They began dating when she was 14 and Wayne was 15 years old.

However, the couple divorced after only two years.

Reginae Carter is their daughter from their marriage.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Toya Johnson has black hair and brown eyes.

Her height is 5 feet 2 inches and she weighs approximately 52 kilograms.

Toya Johnson – Professional Career

Johnson got her to start as a rapper. 

She was a rising rapper at the time when she signed with Cash Money Records.

She later starred in the reality TV show Tiny & Toya in 2009. 

She was also a co-executive producer on the show.

Moving forward, she appeared as a guest on Chelsea Lately and The Mo’Nique Show in 2010.

She rose to prominence, though, as a result of the reality television series Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta. 

She launched her writing career in 2011 with the book Priceless Inspirations.

He also published novels such as How To Lose A Husband and You Just Don’t Get It. 

With the passage of time, she established her own boutique brand, G.A.R.B. 

She also expanded the brand to GARB Shoetique. 

Toya Johnson – Social Media Status

Toya has almost 11.9 million Instagram followers, 1.4 million Twitter followers, and 741.9k Facebook fans.

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