Has the Puerto Rican Princess finally had enough?
If you were tuning in to Part II of the Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Reunion last night then you had a front row seat to the drama that finally came to a head between certain cast members. Of all of the drama, there is one feisty lady who has been the source of lots of turmoil and controversy since she stepped foot on the ATL cast; last night it seems she was ready to make a grand exit.
Joseline Hernandez, also known as the self proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess,” shocked viewers with her announcement and reactions to joining her cast members on set. Will VH1 be searching for a new addition after losing one of their star players. See what caused things to finally come to a loud and reckless end!
On Part II of the Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion it seems that no one could talk Joseline Hernandez off of the ledge! She refused to claim her spot on stage beside her fellow stars! Video footage captured an angry and fed up Hernandez rattling off her reasoning for why she’s waving bye bye to the popular reality show and VH1 as a whole!
Not a One Woman Show
What was the problem? It all boiled down to the aspiring music sensation’s refusal to sit down and hash things out with all of the cast mates featured this season. In fact, no one could convince her otherwise, not even former lover and baby daddy, Stevie J!
Joseline was adamant that the only people she wanted to have conversations with were her former friend and colleague Jessica Dime, newbie Melissa, and her beloved “Steebie.” But if she thought VH1 was going to give into her whims this go round, she was wrong.
Eff you, pay me!
Being that the show features a cast of multiple personalities, it seemed to be impossible for the network to allow the demanding Hernandez a chance to conspire with only who she wanted. Her refusal to appear alongside the rest of the cast raises speculations about what exactly went down behind the scenes this season.
Rumors swirled that despite her attempts at mending the relationships between herself and the cast, there were some people who refused to hear her side of the story, claiming that the damage she’d done by calling the police (on Tommie) and CPS (on MiMi Faust) was irreversible in their eyes.
However, if you ask Hernandez, the network is to blame for all of the toil and trouble that’s been brewing all season long, claiming that the producers of the show simply want to set her up to have a nasty brawl with those she’s at odds with.