Joseline Hernandez released a preview for her brand new song Hate Me Now which so happens to be a diss track aimed at none other than Bodak Yellow rapper Cardi B. But while she definitely hoped for the best, it looks like people are not fond of the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess slamming Cardi.
The internet bashed Joseline upon hearing lyrics such as: ‘….drag a Bronx b–ch yea I said it… Fabricated, illustrated, cartoon a– b–ch, bloody, my a–! Who the f–k cosigned this hoe?’
As you probably already know, Joseline’s ‘bloody’ allusion refers to Cardi B’s famous Bodak Yellow lyrics: ‘These expensive, these is red bottoms / These is bloody shoes’
Cardi and Joseline started in the same way.
Both women used to be strippers before starring on Love and Hip Hop – Cardi on the New York one and the Joseline on the Atlanta one.
While both of them dreamed of becoming rappers, Cardi B’s career skyrocketed.
Bodak Yellow is now triple platinum and Cardi was even nominated at the Grammys for multiple categories.
this is sad pic.twitter.com/Yqz9IiQFiV
— Eldridge (@Mr1738) January 30, 2018
After checking out Joseline’s preview for her new diss track, social media users slammed the woman.
‘Please go ask @MonaScottYoung for your job back @MsJoseline cause rapping is NOT for you Auntie,’ one comment read.
‘Cardi B’s everything Joseline Hernandez wanted to be…….. Cardi B’s done so well in 18 months from Love and Hiphop to performing at the #GRAMMYs,’ another follower commented.
‘Cardi B is living the dream Stevie J tried to sell Joseline.’
‘Joseline is just mad Cardi made it before her lol she not famous for her music yet.’
These are only a few of the many negative comments on Joseline’s track.
What do you think about the Cardi B diss track judging by the preview?