The drama between Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez continues and only appears to be getting worse. The “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” stars are going at it on social media with some pretty interesting accusations.
Many fans will remember the reality show, “Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood”, and it was obvious their relationship was even more damaged. Joseline has moved out of their home and the show is now focused on Stevie and his children.
Then tension between Stevie and Joseline carried on during season five of “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta”, with Stevie begging his ex Mimi Faust to stay with her for a few days. Things because really out of control when Joseline discovered Stevie had fathered two children behind her back. Not to mention all the money he was spending on legal fees and child support.
The Puerto Rican princess took to social media on Monday, writing, “Enough is enough. I’m tired of the disrespect. You’ve been pushing my buttons online for months. I stayed quiet. I respected everything for years. The secrets, the love, the union, but you didn’t. You took the wrong way [to] go about this. You [should’ve] walked away like a man. Now I’m going to make you become one any lil [sic] you got coming out of that body. Every day you choose to loose feathers on me. Now no more tears.”
Joseline 29, even accused Stevie J of being attracted to transgender women. She wrote, “Lie detector test about your true liking will be out n—- holla at Jesus for this 1,” she wrote. “Why y’all think he gossip so much? He a straight girl. You ain’t got no car no money no house boy you gotta b stopped.”
Joseline recently appeared on The Wendy Williams Show, where she got candid about their separation.
Joseline trashed Stevie for calling into the radio station to bash his wife. “You look like a sucker,” she blasted. She even joked on the Bad Boy producer for not having a song on the radio. Stevie clapped back on Instagram, denouncing he and Joseline were ever married and called her collaboration with Young Dro (and any other song she’s created) “bum a** music.”