Joseline Hernandez Gets Compared to This Mega Pop Star ‘I Thought This Was…’

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Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez and her new look has fans saying she resembles the “King of Pop” Michael Jackson.

The 32-year-old took to her social media on Friday, Feb. 1 and debuted a photo of her jazzed up appearance. She rocked a short haircut with her hair tapered on the sides while donning a multi-colored chiffon blouse.

Hernandez also opted for a more bold makeup look including a bright red lip and a deep contour underneath her cheekbones.

“I move in silence I get my hands dirty ask about me! #joselinehatemenow,” the reality star wrote in her photo caption.

Joseline Hernandez
Photo credit @ joseline and @michaeljackson
(L) Joseline H. and (R) Michael Jackson

Nonetheless, Hernandez’s newfound appearance had fans saying she reminded them a lot of Michael Jackson. Some fans seemingly pointed out their similar wet and curly short hairdos while others pinpointed both Hernandez and Jackson’s sharp facial features.

“I thought this was Michael Jackson 😳😂,” one Instagram user said.

Another added, “U giving me Michael Jackson 😳.”

“Michael Jackson head ass,” a third fan wrote.

Other fans gawked over how beautiful and classy she looked.

“JOSELINE looks so beautiful in this picture ❤️,” a fan said. “This short haircut is everything ❤️.

“I’m liking the short hair Joseline!!!!😍 So classy and pretty,” another added.

Over the past few years, Hernandez has encountered rude comments from people who claimed she looked like a man. In 2012, she addressed the nasty remarks by tweeting a nude photo of herself to prove her womanhood. She deleted the photo moments later and said she regretted “doing that.”

Joseline Hernandez
photo courtesy @joseline

“I was wrong for that because I’m tryna change my life,” Hernandez told Power 107.5 during a radio interview at the time. “It pissed me off because I never had no one say I look like a man. How dare you say that, that disrespectful to me.”

The 32-year-old doesn’t appear to be fazed by naysayers as much and feels she’s more equipped to deal with the criticism from social media that she often receives.

“Everybody’s able to say whatever they want, feel however they feel,” Hernandez told the Huffington Post in 2017. “It’s not really a big deal to me because if I choose to live my life in front of the media then I need to take what they give.”

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