Joseline Hernandez Responds to Criticism Of How She Treats Women On Her Show: 'Get Out My Page S**t'
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Joseline Hernandez Responds to Criticism Of How She Treats Women On Her Show: 'Get Out My Page S**t'

Joseline Hernandez is known for her sharp tongue and isn’t afraid to use it, especially when she’s in the middle of a feud. But that doesn’t mean her fans and spectators agree with her verbal lashings at time.

Either way, the Puerto Rican princess doesn’t care what anyone thinks about her and a recent Twitter exchange proved just that.

Joseline Hernandez claps back at a fan

Hernandez is busy promoting the current season of her show on her social media pages. She recently posted a clip from the new season. In the clip, the former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star doesn’t hold back her thoughts on Chanel Tso, one of the contestants on the sow.

As reported by Urban Belle Mag, in response to the clip, one fan tweeted Hernandez and asked why she speaks to some of the cast members in a disrespectful way. Hernandez didn’t apologize for her behavior or back down from the fan.

“I would talk to yo ugly a*s the same way. Now get out my page sl*t,” Hernandez wrote back to the user. 

The clip is from the third season, 'Joseline's Cabaret: Las Vegas'

The reality star previously spoke with S&A about learning from her past mistakes

Hernandez is notorious for her ability to pop off. But she does wish she behaved in a different manner in her earlier days on reality television.

“I regret everything,” she said in an April 2021 interview. “More recently, I’ve stopped regretting. Now it’s like I’m grown, I said it, it is what it is, if you don’t like it I can’t help you and then I keep it pushing. It’s life…we live and learn and we just have to grow from it.”

For Joseline’s Cabaret, she had specific goals and reasoning for wanting to do the show.

“They know that I come from the same world,” she said of how the cast can relate to her. “My mind always wanted to do something different…I always tell my ladies when they come to me that if you really want to change your life – if you really want to get out of the streets get out of the ghetto, get out of the strip club. If you want to be bigger than what you are, all you have to do is put it in your mind. You can do it, but you have to work really hard.”

Joseline’s Cabaret is currently airing on the streaming platform, Zeus.

 

 

 

You can watch our previous interview with Hernandez below:

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