Former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez has her own reality show, and she is doing a lot of talking about her baby daddy, Stevie J.
The former couple has a cute daughter named Bonnie Bella together, and according to the rapper and dancer, she does not have his last name.
Joseline said Bonnie Bella’s last name is Hernandez and not Jordan.
She explained why she made that decision: “I gave my daughter my last name because sadly the last name she should have had by blood wasn’t around to help her.”
She was not finished, Joseline once more bashed the former music producer by saying that he is eight months behind on child support and he rarely comes to visit his daughter.
Stevie J is in Atlanta while the “Puerto Rican Princess” lives in Miami, Florida near her mother and siblings.
She confessed: “Everyone knows that my baby daddy denied my daughter. A person that denies a 99.9% bloodline, how dare you believe them!”
The diva added: “I wasn’t anywhere around because you haven’t paid child support in about eight months. Everyone knows that my baby daddy denied my daughter. A person that denies a 99.9% bloodline, how dare you believe them!”
It will not surprise anyone to learn that Joseline’s nemesis, Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta producer Mona Scott-Young slammed her and defended Stevie.
Appearing on the Wendy Williams Show, she said: “He spends a lot of time with those kids. The checks go to him, but I know he also started a fund — sorry to put it out there, Stevie — he also started a fund where a portion of his income goes in to take care of his kids. So he takes care of his kids, yeah.”
One fan replied: “Damn..she looks just like her older sister …them genes are strong. When you become a MOTHER everything change..the most important is your child or children…the LOVE is everything…”
Another commenter stated: “Real talk you ain’t anyone to judge this woman. How dare you? Wtf are you! Stop looking down on people only God sits that high.”
This follower explained: “I could never get on here and stay somewhere you shouldn’t be a mother cuz I think every woman deserves that opportunity but to me kind of get what it just seen like Jocelyn struggling a little bit with being a mom but hey to each his own.”
Joseline knows how to bring the drama.