Toya's show ‘Toya's Family Affair' debuted last week as BET's highest rated returning series in history with 1.5 million viewers.
And according to Toya , the program that goes in depth about her mother's drug problem and her strained relationship with her previously incarcerated brother is both a gift and a curse.
While she enjoys having people relate to her, she's weary of people who feel like they really know her on a personal level.
She tells Rolling Out,
“It's a gift and a curse, but a blessing. People feel like they really, really know you. So you get the weirdos who come up to you, ‘Oh, you looking for love? I can help you with that,' and ‘Lil Wayne's crazy' and this and that. The plus side is you get to meet people who genuinely give you this love and open up to you … so it helps people.”
Toya also spoke on her daughter Reginae Carter who viewers have watched grow before their eyes.
According to Toya, having her daughter at 14 allowed them to ‘grow up together' hence why Lil Wayne's daughter is so ‘grown.'
"When you have kids at a young age, your kids tend to grow up with you. So, as I was learning, she was learning, which is why she is wise beyond her years. People see my daughter and say, ‘She is so grown.' We were learning together. I couldn't just put her off on everybody. That didn't stop me from being a mother. I told her when she was born, ‘I'm going to give you all I didn't have and more.' … Love your kids … listen to them, hear them out. People say, ‘If you didn't have it, you can't give it,' but that's not true. I didn't have [anybody], but I'm trying to be there for my daughter. [I tell her to] talk to me because I didn't have [anyone] to talk to.”
Check out pics from Toya's Rolling Out photoshoot below.