Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez appears to be firing subliminal messages towards her ex-fiancé Stevie J. through social media. Stevie posted a family photo of with his new wife Faith Evans, his daughter Savannah Jordan and his son Steven Jordan Jr. with the caption, “My loves. #DaJordans.” One day later, Hernandez created a similar post to Stevie’s family portrait, featuring herself and their two-year-old baby Bonnie Bella. She added the caption, “Hernandez Girls🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈.”
Folks quickly noticed that Hernandez’s post with she and Stevie’s daughter was a subliminal jab at the “Hit It Again” artist’s family portrait with his other two children.
“Catch the shade sis!” “So Stebie can post his other kids but not Bonnie. Yesss Joseline.”
“Notice Stevie pic and then hers 😂.”
Hernandez revealed that she and her ex-fiancé are not on good terms. She told Bossip during a sit-down interview in September 2018 that Stevie J. hadn’t seen their two-year-old daughter in several months and accused him of owing more than eight months of child support. However, several months prior, “Love and Hip Hop” franchise producer Mona-Scott sat down with Wendy Williams and seemingly poked holes in the claims. “He spends a lot of time with those kids,” Scott-Young told Williams. “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.”
Hernandez and music producer Stevie J. made their big debuts on VH1 reality series LHHATL in 2012. The couple reportedly met at a Miami strip club where Hernandez worked. However, the couple called it quits in 2016, just a few months before they welcomed their daughter Bonnie Bella in December. Both reality stars engulfed into a nasty custody agreement over their daughter in 2017, but finally came to a custody agreement in April 2018. A Georgia court awarded Hernandez primary physical custody of baby Bonnie while giving Stevie J. joint custody. The father of six was also ordered to pay Hernandez $1,000 a month in child support.