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Some Fans Go Gaga Over Joseline Hernandez’s Fur-Clad Photo Shoot, While Others Call It ‘Tacky’

Joseline Hernandez is causing quite the stir on social media with a salacious photo she posted on social media this week.

The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” alum is getting praised by some fans and slammed by others for apparently trying to take her sex appeal to another level. She took to Instagram this week with an alluring picture from her photo shoot with Spex Photography, which is based in Miami, Florida.

In the photo, the 32-year-old mother sported a PrettyLittleThing burgundy fur coat over her seemingly naked body as she posed tip-toed astride a wooden bench with her left hand covering her crotch. She added in her Instagram caption on Wednesday “Waiting for him at the door! With my best girlfriend 😋.”

Joseline Hernandez

Joseline Hernandez. (Photo: @joseline/Instagram)

Hernandez’s lascivious image drew a slew of different reactions from fans, some good, others not.

“I’m punching the air for Stevie J right now 😩 you look GOODT 🤤😍.”

“She got a whole kid at home 🤔 b–ch u naked like naked naked well shes always naked just like really looking tacky im sorry Jocelyn i love u and all but this is a no go for me.”

“Dammm so u back on this type shit 🤦🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️Well he said it…. You can do better than this it’s in u my baby!!#YouDontNeedNobodyButYou #LevelUp.”

“F–k the haters @joseline you look gorgeous 😘❤️Puerto Rican princess 😍!”

The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” deals with backlash sometimes due to her candid sexual nature. But she says she’s never fazed by people’s ill opinions about her.

Joseline Hernandez

Joseline Hernandez. (Photo: @joseline/Instagram

“Everybody’s able to say whatever they want, feel however they feel, and 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,” she told Huffington Post during a 2017 interview.

Hernandez’s semi-clad fur photo comes a few days after she participated in Oscar-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter’s Women’s History Month dance challenge. She completely “slayed” the craze as she danced to Chaka Khan‘s single “Ain’t Nobody” in a vibrant red silk top and flamenco tutu skirt.

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