Joseline Hernandez Hits ‘The Breakfast Club’ / Tears Up Over Mona Scott Drama & Teases ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Miami’ Role

Published: Friday 21st Jul 2017 by Sam

Joseline Hernandez has had enough.

The reality star saw her feud with ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ creator Mona Scott Young spill onto social media and eventually back onto the show’s finale.

As seen on the climax of the VH1 series, Hernandez “quit” and a history of her “problematic” behaviour was broadcast.

Irked by this, the 29-year-old stopped by The Breakfast Club today to tell her side of the story.

Renown for her fiery persona, the star showed an altogether more demure side when she broke down in tears over her depiction.

Remarkably though, she appeared open to the idea of joining the much rumored (and clearly “happening”) ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Miami.’ Especially now that she has lives there again.

Watch Joseline talk about a whole lot after the jump…

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  1. Achooo! July 21, 2017

    Joseline is not able to articulate herself. Many of the women did not support and refuse to film with Joseline for many seasons. So in return Joseline retaliated by refusing to film with the girls at the reunion hence why she only wanted to film with only Dime and Melissa during the reunion. Mona decided to hold Joseline contract hostage for refusing to film with all the cast at the reunion. Joseline “quit” and Mona terminated Joseline as a result.

    • SNF July 21, 2017

      How do you know?

  2. SMH July 21, 2017

    Lmao as if this ratchet is a legitimate actress or something. Girl sit down lol.

  3. NT July 21, 2017

    I think that Joseline and ATL is toxic for each other however Idk how Miami will work if they’re all getting along and friends

  4. DissGurl July 21, 2017

    “Especially now that she has lives there again.”

    Can I be hired to edit your posts? I have a very decorated resume, experiences in editing, and studied Journalism. On a serious note though, please read over your work before you post them if you want to be considered newsworthy.
    Correction: “Since she has been living there now” or “Especially now that she has been living there again”

  5. We are the grandchildren of the slaves you couldn’t kill – tyler July 21, 2017

    The Puerto Rican rincess better go have a sit down with the vodoo priestess, Iyanla Vanzant lol. Pull an Evelyn Lozada or something

  6. M July 21, 2017

    She makes no sense, whatsoever. You’re up here crying about how VH1 depicts you, yet VH1 can’t depict you badly unless YOU give them the ammo to do so. No one held a gun to your head and said “act like a ratchet hood possum or you’re going to die!” No one told her to go on social media and cuss every other word when she’s attempting to articulate herself. It’s her own fault she has this reputation and she hasn’t “toned” anything down since she had her child so I’m not sure why she thinks people should have any sort of sympathy for her.

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