Over the past few months, the 32-year-old mother and her ex-fiancé have been going back-and-forth on social media, taking jabs at each other parenting efforts.
Hernandez claimed Stevie J. has been absent from their daughter’s life and hasn’t seen her in over a year, adding that his wife, R&B singer Faith Evans was the one paying his child support payments. The former “Bad Boy” producer on the other hand said she’s purposely keeping him away from their daughter, suggesting she’s still bitter over their breakup.
The entire situation is clearly a plight, inciting fans to add their two cents.
The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” took to her Instagram account on Sunday and shared a sweet photo of her and baby Bonnie out at dinner together. She captioned the joyous image of them with the hashtag “#BonnieBella.”
Her post was instantly bombarded by detractors.
“Why she can’t take a pic wit he father n stepmother as well. Why you can’t do that ok… she needs both parents 👏.”
“This baby needs time with he daddy and big sis 😔 shame on u Joseline let her see Stevie.”
Other folks raced to Hernandez’s defense.
“Tf ..Y’all saying let her spend time with her dad 😡…Y’all don’t know s–t.”
“One thing no one can EVER negatively talk about, is your parenting ! You’re doing an amazing job by yourself! #greatmom #nostevie.”
“The people on her post telling her to let Bonne see Stevie her dad need to mind your business 🙄. Tell him to go see his daughter.”
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star’s post comes days after Stevie J. reportedly requested full custody of their 2-year-old daughter. He apparently claimed Hernandez was purposely keeping him from seeing their daughter.
The “Hitman” producer filed court documents obtained by Bossip, claiming that Hernandez violated “parental alienation” after she moved to Miami to apparently be with her new boyfriend. He also claimed she broke their original parental agreement that was settled in April 2018 by not letting him visit their daughter or communicate with her.
Stevie also claimed he feared for baby Bonnie’s well being and requested the judge to appoint a “guardian ad litem,” a person appointed by officials who has the best interests of a child. The reason why he fears for his daughter’s safety is unknown, but he’s demanding Hernandez pay him child support if he gets awarded primary custody, Bossip reported.
The judge reportedly has yet to rule on Stevie J.’s request.