Joseline Hernandez is being dragged for posting a controversial picture with daughter Bonnie Bella.
The former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star decided to pose in front of two statues, and her caption read: “Una hija de Changó. Al lado. De Las Mercedes.”
Stevie J’s baby mama’s mention of Chango or Shango have haters calling her a Satan worshiper and a believer in Voodoo.
To make a long story short, Chango or Shango is an orisha part of the Santeria religion.
As for Santeria, it is an “Afro-Caribbean religion derived from traditional beliefs of the Yoruba people of Nigeria” created by slaves.
Shango is very powerful and has a double-headed ax, which stands for expeditious and balanced justice.
One fan reacted to the photo by saying: “As a Latin and African. There is good and evil everywhere. Leave Africa out this. Demons Satanic worship sacrifices are nothing of God.. Killings chickens Sheep lamb birds humans. Aint nothing of God. If you think because it started in Africa. It is not Voodoo Hoodoo Santeria Black Magic Witch Craft Wicca Followers of Santan. Yall want me to continue its hundreds of words for demonic religions? Do you realize all these false religions and Christianity are false? Guess what GOD DONT WANT ANYTHING. He just ask for free LOVE. Jesus is Love. This is the work of the devil (I REBUKE him IN JESUS NAME!) the worshipping of statues is an abomination to the Lord. Repent and ask the Lord Jesus into your life before it’s too late. This girl needs help now she got that baby all into santeria smh.”
This person is blaming Stevie J for all of this: “The sentiment is she’s hurt, so she has turned to a higher power … which is a very normal thing Stevie j was a lot to her and the one things she really wanted he gave to another woman… it’s tragic, but she’s strong and doing the right thing centering herself and focusing on her baby.”
A third fan claimed: “What’s comical is that you are very blind and refuse to see things for how and what they are. Read and research some more before you attempt to condescend somebody. You know nothing about religion(s), their roots, and origins. Do you even know what you’re doing? Do you know where your practices stem from? It is hard to believe you studied history or religion, but I’m not too surprised considering you paid for a false indoctrinated education from the government. You are deeply deceived and just blind at this point.”
Do you have any thoughts on Joseline’s passion for Santeria?