Joseline Hernandez, just one of the colorful characters on Vh1′s ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’, revealed that she was bisexual after being asked by a fan about her opinion on the gay community. She replied on Twitter, “I am bisexual!” in Spanish. Well, we think since she has the same typing skills as Fantasia.
Joseline, photographed above with K. Michelle and Steebie J last week in New York City, has spoken about her sexuality and open relationships more frequently in recent weeks. Earlier this month she spoke about how her licking the ladies low plays into her cutty buddy relationship.
“I’m not really tripping about what Stevie do because I love women too,” Hernandez said during an interview at Hot 97. “If he wants to go have fun, then you know I’ll be right there with him.”
She continued, “I’m not really the jealous type unless he just go out there and do it without him telling me. When you start lying that’s when I’m like what is you doing?”
The life of a girl with a Kool-Aid red sew-in with gate jumping tendencies could never be featured on your favorite childrens channel. Oh, but you will respect it.
K. Michelle saw the way Rasheeda responded to talk about Memphitz physically abusing her during their relationship following Monday’s episode of ‘Love & Cigarillos’ — as if she they weren’t there talking to each other — and wasn’t too pleased with the way it came across on screen.
The world-renowned lounge singer and Jack Daniels connoisseur took to Twitter after the episode and subtweeted to the heavens.
Any fan of ‘Love & Cigarellos: Atlanta’ will see that the love triangle that Mimi Faust faces with her baby daddy Steebie J and his side piece man Joseline Hernandez draws comparison to that of Emily B. and Fabolous from the original series.
Sure, Steebie J doesn’t have a tooth that is shaped like the shape of Texas and Emily doesn’t have to worry about waking up back in the strip club everyday, but we here in Crunktastical remember how to stack similarities side-by-side when necessary.
“You know I get a little upset when they compare characters because I’m nothing like any of those women. My story is not like any of those stories. I don’t see Fab in any of those men in that show at all,” Emily B. says.
“No offense to them, but nobody knows [how it is]. Y’all get to see the Stevie J’s and the Lil’ Scrappy’s and nobody really knows who Fab is or what he does or what he’s about. People just make assumptions and it really bothers me because he was never on camera for you to make that assumption so people really don’t know.”
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Always the lady, ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ hoodrat lounge singer K. Michelle has refrained from making disparaging comments about Toya Wright in the media* despite all the shade throwing — until now.
*Don’t come for my MacBook Pro, that’s what your fancy cousins call Sister 2 Sister magazine and blogs like the one you are visiting right now these days. I just run with it.