After this week’s episode of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” made Joseline look like a raving diva who doesn’t have any self-control, we know it was only a matter of time before Ms. Hernandez would clap back and it didn’t take long.
The Puerto Rican Princess is spilling all the tea in regards to her drama with “Love & Hip Hop” creator Mona Scott-Young. Their very public feud
started with Joseline dragging Mona on Instagram Live. After calling her a [expletive], she also threatened to expose all of the horrible ways Mona and her production crew have treated the cast of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”.
Weeks after quitting the show
(and after the producers deliberately made her look crazy to end this week’s episode), Joseline has some things to get off of her chest. To clear things up, she says the way she was portrayed on the hit show was not true.
“So y’all made me [look] like I’m just this crazy person, and everything that went on in the show wasn’t [because] of Mona Scott-Young,” Joseline said. “Mona, let’s just keep it real. I quit the show, so now y’all wanna run back these [videos] that I did three years ago. What you trying to downplay me for? I mean it’s been three, four years since I got into a fight on Love & Hip Hop. I’m a mother. Why would you even try to play those videos that happened four years ago.”
Joseline Hernandez went on to say that Mona Scott-Young is mad because she and VH1 owe her some coins and the Puerto Rican Princess is ready to take her to court to collect.
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“Ya owe me money. Ya didn’t even obey by the contract. You owe me $150,000 and counting.”
If you don’t remember, back on May 1st, there was that Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Joseline's Special Delivery episode which centered on Joseline getting ready for the birth of her daughter, Bonnie Bella. The special was executively produced by Mona Scott-Young but Joseline Hernandez is listed as a co-executive producer. According to Joseline that check has not been made out to her yet.
What was really interesting is Joseline also brought up a conversation that many critics of the “Love & Hip Hop” Franchise has made for years – the negative imagery concerning people of color on the shows.
Joseline says “your show will never elevate because you’re always trying to downplay colored people. And Mona you should do better than that cause you Haitian. You supposed to be one of us but you stay trying to downplay us.”
Watch Joseline’s rant below and let us know what you think!