That’s right, Joseline Hernandez stopped by Hollywood Unlocked headquarters this week to give us an exclusive into her world.
The Puerto Rican princess recently left Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta, where she survived six seasons of the show. Our last memory of the feisty princess was her exiting the reunion after a conflict with the show’s producer, Mona Scott-Young. However, Joseline has grown throughout the years on the show, and Love and Hip-Hop is not the last time we will be hearing from her.
Hollywood Unlocked’s Jason Lee sits down and clears the air with Joseline. Whatever’s in the past, is in the past. Joseline has currently returned to her home in Miami, in order to focus on herself, her adorable baby, Bonnie Bella, and creating real Latin music.
It’s not always about the drama on set, as Joseline reveals a softer side to her aggressive personality. She opens up about her upbringing in Puerto Rico and being part of a big family that moved to Miami.
Take a peak at some behind the scenes1
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When it comes to reality TV, this isn’t the last time we will be seeing Joseline on our screens. She reveals she won’t be on LHH: Miami… BUT… she is the executive producer of a show called ‘The Real, Miami.’
Even though Joseline is the same Joseline, she says her daughter, Bonnie Bella, has had an impact on her life, and that she is more “passive” and has learned that “you can’t go after everybody.”
As for her former co-stars… PRESS PLAY to see what Joseline had to say… We even had a gift from K Michelle.
What’s next for the Puerto Rican princess?
Joseline has since created music that is Latin influenced, but also embraces American culture. Her newest single, ‘Run Me my money,’ is available in English and Spanish, and she shuts down rumors that it may have been a Mona Scott-Young diss. She also has a fitness program, ‘results in 28days’ and from the look of it, it is definitely working!
#PressPlay above to view the full interview with Joseline Hernandez.