So that's what did it!
With recent changes, you might feel like something has been missing from LHHATL these days. That “something” might be reality TV star Joseline Hernandez. We’ll be missing Joseline’s drama and tell-it-like-it-is attitude, but it turns out that she has some pretty convincing reasons to have quit in the first place.
Pair that with her recent threats to “expose” the franchise’s executive producer, Mona Scott-Young, and you’ve got some drama that you can only catch from the cast of LHHATL.
If this is the first you’re hearing about it, we’re sad to be the ones to break the news to you: Joseline Hernandez is officially leaving Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. It seems like she’s moving on to bigger and better things.
Joseline recently opened up about her reason for leaving. It turns out that there are some things with the inner workings of the show, as well as some personality clashes, that triggered her to pack up her things and say “Bye, Felicia”!
The event that triggered Joseline’s decision to say adios was the show’s reunion. It seems that, even for Joseline, the drama was just too much.
She was allegedly already in a bad mood before the taping started off because of an incident that happened with the production staff involving her, her babby daddy Stevie J, and Wendy Williams.
Eurweb reports that Joseline was supposed to be on the Wendy Williams Show with Stevie J., which Joseline set up herself. But when Stevie J. backed out, the show canceled on her appearance as well, since they didn’t want one without the other.
Joseline was furious and wanted her production staff to force Stevie J. onto the show, but according to one of eurweb‘s sources, “Producers weren’t going to make Stevie do Wendy because it wasn’t something that they arranged and it wasn’t something that he was required to do.”
According to eurweb, she didn’t want to be filmed on the stage with the rest of the cast but by herself in her dressing room. She had very strict requirements about her participation, and when they weren’t met, she threatened to quit.
The production team wasn’t having it and called her bluff.
Well, turns out it wasn’t a bluff!