Following last night’s premiere episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ many viewers were left with a bevy of unresolved concerns mostly dealing with show cast member Joseline Hernandez. Here’s what we have so far.
- == She believes Mimi Faust is nothing more than a baby mama ==
What’s a relationship of 15 years when you haven’t bothered to pull out a stopwatch to clock your 15 seconds of Black Twitter stardom? Speaking exclusively with Juicy magazine, the aspiring rapper shrugged off fellow cast member Mimi’s romantic ties with her manager, Stevie J.
“No. I didn’t know about Mimi. He didn’t say anything about being in a relationship. He pretty much told me, ‘I have a baby momma,’ but Stevie has how many baby mommas? Four? So I didn’t think of anything like that,” said Joseline. “She was just a baby momma. To me, she still a baby mom.”
- == She claims that she was born with a uterus, we’re still undecided ==
A single yearbook photo of a young Jos has been floating around the net but who is to say it’s legit or not. Many folks are speculating that her pregnancy drama this season is nothing more than a ploy put in place by show executive producer Mona Scott Young to lure viewers into thinking Joseline wasn’t given Ken doll parts during her time on the assembly line in God’s factory.
Either way, let it be known that the homie doesn’t need a standard WNBA regulation ball in order to show off her palming skills.
She addressed the tranny rumors head on with a superbly written Twitter statement: “I am 100% woman. I’m clearly perfect cause that’s the only ya’ll can say since I air my dirty laundry on TV. Fuck ya’ll haters.”
- == She met Stevie J while — wait for it — twerkin’ for tips at the strip club ==
Those rented titties aren’t going to make monthly payments on themselves. Before landing a full-time gig as Stevie J’s in-studio sidechick Jos was trappin’ that frap, performing under the stage name Shenellica Bettencourt, according to the rumor mill. Sounds a lot like Shangela, no?
“I mean me and Stevie are really, really cool. I was just dancing. I was just doing my thing,” she began. “I was at work. I feel myself when I’m at work. It could have been Stevie. It could have been anybody. I like to dance when I’m at the studio. It’s a combination of everything. It’s a happy place for me and he just happened to be there.”
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