Love her or hate her, you can’t argue that the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess is highly entertaining. Whether she’s dogging her ex Stevie J. (or “Stevie Lame” as she calls him) or calling out her co-stars, Joseline Hernandez is always over the top.
You’ve got to admit, the man’s got some hustle…as he should given the massive amount of child support he owes to a former girlfriend and the fact he just had a baby with his ex Joseline Hernandez. Stevie J. isn’t exactly the poster child for respectful men, but I think that is about to change.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star has gotten his own competition show on VH1 which promotes women in the most Stevie J. way possible. Calling all cover girls, it’s time to hop aboard the Stebbie bus!
I don’t know about y’all, but I am more than ready to put 2016 to bed and start fresh with a new year. The past year has brought a lot of bad, but it hasn’t been all bad, especially if you’re a reality television junkie like myself. In fact, as 2016 draws to a close, we can celebrate another triumph in the tumultuous year…a new baby, courtesy of everyone’s favorite dysfunctional Love & Hip Hop Atlanta couple.
Sure, the Puerto Rican princess Joseline Hernandez and her husband (are we sure they’re really married?) child support poster childStevie J. are known for bringing the drama, but now they’ve brought a new life into the world. Their daughter Bonnie Bella was born on December 28th, and in true Joseline fashion, the labor and delivery were epic events.
Stevie J still can’t get it together with his child support payments or his addiction issues. After violating probation in his child support case, the judge ordered him to a 30-day in-patient rehab facility in lieu of jail time.
Ew. Actually, ew is an understatement. This gossip takes vile and disgusting to an entirely different level. If it’s true, there is a special place in hell for the “adults” (I use that term loosely as it implies some form of responsibility and culpability) in this situation. If it’s not true (and I hope to God it’s not), Joseline Hernandez, who fancies herself the Puerto Rican Princess from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta needs serious help for fabricating such claims. Let’s be honest, she, Stevie J, and Mimi Faust all need serious help even if this story never existed.
The trio was entangled in a drama-filled, ratchet love triangle that was the story line for several seasons of LLHATL, spawning a spin-off for Stevie and Joseline and a lucrative homemade porn video for Mimi. Granted, Stevie is never going to win any awards for Father of the Year (he allegedly owes over a million dollars in child support to an ex), but Joseline’s accusations against her now estranged husband (and the father of her unborn child) are infinitely worse. She’s calling him out as a child molester, accusing him of inappropriate behavior with daughter Eva…and accusing Mimi of turning a blind eye. I can’t.
The powers that be at VH1 are tired of the stale, overly amped up, trashy, and frankly frightening drama that dominates Love & Hip Hop Atlanta and are considering of starting over with a completely new cast.
Reports say even K. Michelle, Stevie J, Joseline, and Mimi Faust have been fired, as the network scrambles to take the show off the crazy train. With the cast continually engaged in nastier and nastier feuding, network execs and producers are fed up. The reunion is filming today or tomorrow, and will weigh heavily into the decision of who stays – if anyone. “Best Behavior” – whatever that means to Joseline, etc. – is to be expected!
Everyone’s favorite L&HHATL star and his on-again-off-again girlfriend Althea Hart were featured on Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars, but Zino has managed to avoid any negative press after his latest arrest in February of last year–it’s not confidential, he’s got potential (shout out the The Killers). You remember that pesky incident? Benzino was pulled over for not wearing his seat belt and the officers discovered he was driving on a suspended license…with a heck of a lot of weed in his car. This was on the heels of accidentally trying to get through airport security with a loaded gun. I mean, people forget, right?