It's getting real!
We all know that Joseline Hernandez does not mince words when she speaks. When she wants something or takes issue with something, she doesn’t beat around the bush; she tells anyone and everyone listening how she really feels. Even though that’s made her a pretty entertaining cast member of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, sometimes it seems like things get too real.
This isn’t the first time that Joseline has put it all out there, but she’s certainly raising the bar with this recent callout.
Normally beefs on LHHATL are between cast members, but Joseline apparently wanted to spice things up by going for an executive producer of the show, Mona Scott Young. Even though Joseline has taken to Instagram to call out Mona, it’s not the first time that the two’s feud has made itself known.
In fact, just over a month ago, she went on a rant with some pretty strange requests. She said, “I’ma come back in about five minutes. I need ya’ll to have your phones ready to record what I’m about to tell you about this b**ch Mona and how she motherf**kin treated her cast members and all the s**t that she’s done to us throughout the motherf**king years. I’ma let everybody know. I want you to hashtag Oprah and I want to go sit down with Oprah. Can ya’ll hashtag that?”
In fact, it was a feud between Joseline and the production staff of LHHATL that made her decide to quit the show in the first place. Of course, there are multiple sides to every story, but Joseline hurled some serious threats to “expose” the franchise’s executive producer.
After a kerfuffle at the Wendy Williams Show with Stevie J., Joseline was all fired up. Members of the production team said that working with Joseline was a “nightmare,” and it seems like she’s pretty determined to keep up this nightmare feud until she gets what she wants.
Joseline comes out right off the bat in this video, calling Mona out for the way that she was represented on the show.
She says, “It’s not cool. Your show will never elevate because you always trying to downplay colored people. And, Mona, you should know better than that ’cause you’re Haitian. You’re supposed to be one of us, but you’re trying to downplay us. Why you mad? Why would you show that type of person that I used to be three, four year ago? Why would you do that?”
She then recounted back to her quitting the show, saying, “Why? Cause you got upset? Cause I’m no longer young monkey. You can’t no longer puppet master me. You can’t no longer let my baby daddy control me… Stevie denied her for ten months, [my daughter’s] last name is Hernandez.”
Then the threats got real. She said, “Mona and VH1, you owe me money. So I’m going to see you guys in court. And please, stop trying to showcase me as this crazy person, Mona.”