Hernandez is the mother of 2-year-old Bonnie Bella and folks feel the 32-year-old should carry herself in a respectable manner.
The “Puerto Rican Princess” took to Instagram on Monday and shared a chain of photos from her night out on the town in Miami, Florida. In the images, she’s seen donning a yellow blouse, black spandex shorts, a khaki trench coat and black open-heels.
In the first photo, Hernandez appears to be walking towards a statue with a cup of bubbly in her right hand.
In another image, Hernandez appears to be posing inside of a bathroom.
The 31-year-old captioned her Instagram images, “Gansta bitch Know Dat.”
A few fans took Hernandez’s words to heart and felt as a mother, she should no longer refer to herself in such a derogatory term.
“Being gangster cool & allat wen we cum frm da dirt as most but it’s truly about setting intensely higher pertaining to futuristic challenges & endeavors, lets not forget balancing motherhood, ‘doin wat we say & not as we do’‼️ 😩😩 ” one fan exclaimed.
Another added, “Joseline your a mother now stop calling yourself a b–ch. Bonnie is watching 😮 .”
One fan disagreed with haters and gawked over how beautiful the reality star looked.
“Glow that’s all it is glow💖 you look beautiful,” the person wrote.
Hernandez welcomed Bonnie Bella into the world in December 2016 with her ex-fiancé, music producer Stevie J. She seems to take great pride in her daughter and has tried to turn over a new leaf since becoming a mother despite denouncer’s opines.
“You know, I think when you become a mother your whole life changes because now you have to care for another person,” Hernandez told Huffington Post during a 2017 interview.
“Everything that I went through in my life, I want my daughter not to have to go through. … I think that becoming a mother makes you focus so much more in your business.”
Hernandez has apparently been busy securing the bag for she and her daughter after announcing last year that she’ll be starring on her own reality show “Joseline Takes Miami.” There’s no set date for the We TV series’ premiere, but the show will center around Hernandez’s journey as a single mother.