It’s standing room only aboard The Stevie J Bus.
Joseline Hernandez celebrated her 26th birthday (yes, as a female) a month later in the warm company of the most fashionable people to ever walk the streets of Underground Atlanta, including Stevie J, ‘Flavor of Love’ winner turned professional Twitter biography writer Deelishis, singer Dondria, 1997-2002 graduating classes from Benjamin Mays High School and assorted drag queens. Just another night out in The Big Peach.
‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ star Joseline Hernandez is pining for your attention again via social networking stunts and shows.
On Saturday, the hood’s own twerking Rosetta Stone, pictured above with Steebie J at a Halloween party in Atlanta last month, accused Master Splinter of being an abusive gay drug addict and says that she is done with him for real this time.
Joseline Hernandez, the beautiful creature with a tuck game every ‘RuPaul’s Drag U’ student should strive toward, sat down recently to talk about her pretend music career, being the man in her relationship with Stevie J and some other hoe tales you’ll probably enjoy if you’re a fan of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.’
What made you decide to quit being an exotic dancer? How long did you dance?
I stopped dancing when I met Stevie about 6 months ago. I started at a young age, when I was 16 . . . on and off ’till I was 24. Of course I had a boyfriend and I stopped for a few years so it was and on and off a little while. I raised myself since I was 13 in Miami.
Oh no you don’t, Conservative Black America. Petition my sweet ass. Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here?
In what is possibly the most beautiful display of affection in a transgender relationship since Bow Wow nuzzled with Ciara for Vibe magazine, my new favorite person on Twitter Joseline Hernandez used 140 characters and then some to defend her feelings for producer / occasional indentured servant Stevie J – and past as a stripper this week.
“Stevie J is everyone’s man so please! Not just mines. I’m not gready I share! Who wants him?! He will put you on too!,” wrote the ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ breakout male lead, undoubtedly twisting the knife in Mimi Faust‘s heart.
I’m all in! This shit is like ‘The Notebook’ for Bankhead.
Stevie J was more delicate in his approach. “It’s only the first episode ladies! I’m the good guy. I lie because I don’t want to hurt her. Most guys feel the same way,” pleaded the producer of the future hit song “Still Waters Run Deep (Inside Urinals At Traxx Atlanta After You Flush The Condom)” to his followers, adding, “I’ll take all of the cussing, fussing, arguing for my love!”