Former “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” reality diva Joseline Hernandez isn’t done with being on television and speaking her mind.
The Puerto Rican Princess appeared Friday, Jan. 10, on “The Wendy Williams Show” to discuss a wide range of topics, including her new show, “Joseline’s Cabaret” on Zeus network, her child’s father Stevie J., and entrepreneur/producer Mona Scott-Young.
At the 9:32 mark, Williams told the 33-year-old mother of 3-year-old Bonnie Bella Jordan that the “LHH” producer appeared on the show recently and mentioned how Hernandez “read her for filth in public.”
When asked what her relationship is with Scott-Young now, Hernandez said, “I feel that some people should definitely be visited by human resources.”
Williams looked appalled and said, “What?!”
Hernandez continued by mentioning how she comes from the streets and has been raising herself since she was 14 years old.
“What I have she could never get,” Hernandez said about Scott-Young. “She’s a talent scout; I’m an owner.”
The audience replied with “Ohhhhhhhh,” and the reality diva continued. “When you own something like ‘Joseline’s Cabaret,’ and you go talent searching, it’s two different things.”
Hernandez said that Scott-Young didn’t like the fact that she surpassed her in ownership. “I executive produced my daughter’s delivery special for VH1. … I got credits.”
The reality star said that is when things turned sour between her and Scott- Young. “She knew I was going to turn myself into a boss, and when I was done with her and everybody else, I would own VH1.”
The crowd applauded Hernandez, who has come a long way from being an exotic dancer to being one of the most talked-about reality stars.
While fans picked up on a hint of shade from Williams during her interview with Hernandez, people seemed to be excited and supportive of Hernandez’s new endeavors. They also acknowledged her growth despite her dig at Scott-Young.
“I don’t think Wendy is happy that Joseline is happy. She seems to want old Joseline or thinks that she hasn’t matured.”
“Joseline has been through so much even before lahhatl. So happy to see her growth.”
You can tell Joseline has really matured. You can see she is really happy.”
“Joseline have been doing some of that Omarion media training.”
“Joseline actually seems like she’s in a good place in her life & at peace right now.”
“Joseline spoke very well, and sounded more mature than I have ever heard her sound this interview!”
In 2017, Hernandez quit “LHHATL” and said she felt Scott-Young exploited people of color for ratings. “I quit the show, so now you wanna run back these plays that I did three years ago,” Hernandez said in an Instagram video in November 2018.
“It’s not cool; Your show can never elevate. You’re always trying to downplay color people, and, Mona, you should know better, [because] you Haitian.”
It may be a new year, but it seems Hernandez has nothing to resolve with Scott-Young in the wake of their colorful history.