Tosh!!! This made my heart smile!!! Go head babygirl! ???????
— DeadAzzWrong (@durtymo) February 6, 2018
Thank you for sharing, lady! Sending love to your strong young woman. Her character shines resiliently. Very proud of her ❤️
— Demetria Obilor (@DemetriaObilor) February 6, 2018
she looks amazing and her confidence speaks volumes about the good parenting
— Amanda Deibert ?️? (@amandadeibert) February 5, 2018
warrior queen in the making pic.twitter.com/ohDwueG90P
— Liza Sabater ???? (@blogdiva) February 5, 2018
Tell her I’m wearing my hair like this to work tomorrow for her and because it looks great (but really so my twist out can flourish). It gets better, bb! ? kids can be cruel
— Joaille Araujo (@jdparaujo) February 7, 2018
I know she got this she got a strong mama to guide her???. But if her back up needs a back up I'm down lol everybody getting these hand ?????.
— Blaque_Dahlia (@mystic_lyrics) February 6, 2018
This beauty has nothing to feel bad about. Gorgeous!
— Resist ldiocracy (@Resistldiocracy) February 5, 2018
Sis, do they teach Emotional Intelligence at her school? If not, they need to catch up & thank you for being her main Educator. Good for her because I like my earrings on. She’s beautiful because she knows who she is-It shines through and pierces every bully. A Powerful Princess.
— Natasha Stevens (@1NatashaStevens) February 6, 2018
Toshia also thanked everyone on Twitter who responded and shared wise words with her daughter online. Clearly, this 11-year-old is the future–and, all kids should take notes.
She said, “Thank you,” to the nice, supportive, and beautiful comments because it shows her there is way more love than hate in this world. #StopBullying #blackhairisbeautiful pic.twitter.com/sRqngUo0l0
— Toshia Shaw (@Toshia_Shaw) February 6, 2018