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Fans Clown Joseline Hernandez’s New Music That Takes Aim at Nicki Minaj and Cardi B

Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez gave the Internet a glimpse of her new music single “Hate Me Now,” and her fans appeared to be unimpressed.

The “Puerto Rican Princess” seems to be focused on her music career in offering a snippet of the new song to the public. Hernandez’s popular songs “Run Me My Money” and “Stingy with My Kutty Katt” were released in 2017, but the reality star has been working on new music behind the scenes.

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(photo credit: Joseline Hernandez’s Instagram)

Hernandez took to Instagram on Thursday and shared a video of her 28-day fitness challenge. While the reality star was working out with her fitness trainer, she also let fans hear a preview of her upcoming music track. She wrote, “Me tonight! On @bossipofficial destination @wetv 💁🏽.”

The intro of the song starts off, “Ex-queen get your crown back. They made a mockery out you,” Hernandez raps. “You never been who you say you are…” The lyrics seemingly take aim at both Cardi B and Nikki Minaj.

Fans chimed in under Hernandez’s comment section and blasted the star for her rapping “skills.”

One person commented, “Stick to being beautiful singing career rap game is just not you no shade.”

“Joseline I wish you would at least try and rhyme instead of just talking shit over a beat. Or just make reggaeton,” said another Instagram user.

“Ok I see those hands but please once again leave the mic 🎤 alone 😩.”

“This music its not to good and u steady putting people down.. just if u gon rap rap about other things stop dissing people you kinda look like you hating because those people are doing they thang.”

“Jocelyn please stop rapping because you have so many other talents like reality TV One Love.”

“Sexy as hell but them rap skills need work,” another fan wrote.

Hernandez will be starring on her new WE tv reality show “Joseline Takes Miami” debuting this year. The show will center on her being a single mother and her music career.

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