It looks like the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” Joseline Hernandez may be returning back to reality television.
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star departed VH1 in 2017 after she accused “LHH” franchise producer Mona Scott-Young of portraying her in a negative light on television. Her then-storyline also revolved around her being in a love triangle with ex-fiancé Stevie J. and his now-ex-girlfriend Mimi Faust.
Hernandez has now started a new life in Miami with her 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella and reportedly will be on season 15 of We TV’s “Marriage Boot Camp” according to a supposed source from the Jasmine Brand. It’s unclear whether the celeb’s new beau DJ Ballistic Beats will be accompanying her on the show, but from the looks of it, he’s the only man she’s been referring to as “hubby” recently.
The We TV reality series revolves around five celebrity couples from a variety of reality shows who struggle with the decision to save their marriage or relationship. After completing a number of exercises for apparently four weeks, the couples decide at the end if they want to stay married/stay together or divorce/breakup. Specifics about the cast or premiere date of “MBC” have yet to be released, and Hernandez’s alleged appearance on the show has yet to be confirmed by We TV officials.
So far social media has had mixed reactions to the news.
“Ummmmm…. why is she heading there 😕?
#news #marriage #twitter.”
“Who else not surprised she on Marriage Boot Camp.”
“You look great how u gonna be on marriage boot camp with no marriage 😬.”
Hernandez, who got her first big break on “LHHATL” in 2012, was reportedly set to feature on her own We TV reality series “Joseline Takes Miami.” The show was supposed to debut toward the end of 2018, but it never happened. The series reportedly came to a halt when the network asked the reality veteran to reshoot the show. No specifics were given as to why the show was allegedly postponed or when the show will make the air.
The 32-year-old’s reality show purportedly was being produced by former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” producer Carlos King, who has yet to confirm the premiere date or the apparent cancellation of the show. Reports said the show to center on her life as a single parent raising her and Stevie J.’s 2-year-old daughter and shed light on her music career.