Tune in for tonight’s episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ to watch Erica leave Lil’ Scrappy for dead, Ariane serve Dark N’ Lovely face, Karlie Redd try to breathe through her nostrils, Mimi attempt “to get everything together” and Joseline work up a manly sweat as she tries to figure out if Steebie J truly loves.
As for you DirecTV customers, we’ll tell you how it all worked out.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Joseline Hernandez
from ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ dropping knowledge on you lessor girls!
While chatting it up with Victor from Prettier Than Perez the reality star had a lot to say. So, to break things down, he asked for five positive things that people don’t really know about her.
No, Joseline doesn’t know why Stevie J was walking around with her pregnancy test in his pocket, why people thinks she is a man, nor does she speak about Karlie Redd‘s deflated butt cheek.
But, one of the facts does include walking around looking like a bag of money. Get your life (in no particular order).
Like Pun said, you ain’t even en mi classa!
The new episode from everyone’s favorite
scripted reality television show, ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Ratchetlanta’ premiered on Monday night and we have it in its entirety for your viewing pleasure. Don’t wait a second longer to see the stretch marks twerking on Momma Dee’s titties!
Will Joseline be riding in style to get her
abortion prostate exam? Wait and see!
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.