Joseline Hernandez apparently upset some folks with some of her recent snapshots.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star sparked controversy with an image of herself clutching her crotch, leaving some fans outraged and others with questions.
She took to Instagram on Sunday with an image of herself posing in front of a mural at the Appt Only Gallery in Miami. She wore a black string bikini top and white tracksuit pants, which she apparently was grabbing at the crotch area.
Hernandez wrote in her caption, “F–king with my Folks today #FlyShitOnly.”
Fans abruptly swarmed her post, slamming her for her “inappropriate’ pose.
“What are you alwayz grabbin 🤔 what’s going on in this pic?”
“Why do u always have ur hand on ur crotch like u have a d*ck? You have a daughter you know. Try acting like a lady for once 🤦🏾.”
“Sis you are not a man! Stop grabbing down there like you have a penis so classless.”
“Is she pinching her peepee 😂 Why SMDH this is so unattractive.”
Others defended the 32-year-old mother.
“Stop waisting your time writing something negative and get up out of here it’s annoying . @joseline you look 🔥🔥.”
“Don’t worry about these peasants Jos they can never be you mami 💯👏🏽😍.”
As of lately, it seems Hernandez has been at the center of drama. Just over the weekend, she was blasted by the father of her 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella and ex-fiancé Stevie J, who accused her of purposely keeping him from their daughter.
In his Instagram Story on Sunday, Stevie said he and his daughter paid a visit to Miami, where Hernandez and baby Bonnie live, to pick up their daughter. However, he claimed Hernandez wouldn’t let him see her.
“We came to Miami to pick up somebody, but somebody had a long night of something and don’t want to meet us,” Stevie said while in the car with one of his eldest daughters. “This is the fifth time we’ve been here to pick up you-know-who, but we can’t get her. So I was trying to avoid the unnecessary, but the necessary has to occur.”
Surprisingly, Hernandez has yet to respond to Stevie J.’s allegations.