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‘Hot Mess’: Joseline Hernandez New Fiery Red Hair and Barely-There Attire Misses the Mark With Fans

Former “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez spiced up her Instagram feed with a few seconds of video footage of her in a net bodystocking, nipple coverings and Kool-Aid red hair.

“#RedVelvetCake#JoselinesCabaret,” she captioned Sunday, giving a short plug for her new reality show “Joseline’s Cabaret.” 

Fans were delighted to see the woman known for her spit-fire comeback lines and strong Spanish accent getting back to her sexier roots.

” Come thru bishhhh💎”

“Ok dangerously fucken beautiful”

“Well dayummmmm mami😍😍😍”

“Oh yeah you can get it 👋 ms parker 😂”

Still, not all fan comments were positive.

“Why Joseline just why!”

“Hot mess 😂😂😂😂😂”

“You have a little daughter, why take pictures like this”

“Joseline….what happened to ‘I’m not going back to the strip club’ Steebie!!! I just expected more from you…seriously!💯❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️”

Throughout the course of their on-again, off-again relationship, the former exotic dancer repeatedly told her child’s father, hit-maker Stevie J she was not going back to stripping, but that hasn’t meant a complete departure from her sexy image.

The 32-year-old mom to 2-year-old Bonnie Bella wows fans with sexy bikini shots every now and then on Instagram, but in large part, she has opted for more conservative looks on her feed as of lately.

She donned a plaid trench dress and yellow fur in one pic, a shimmering fitted suit in another and shoulder-to-toe red lace and tulle in a mother-daughter shoot for the men’s quarterly Alpha Magazine in May.

“The Puerto Rican Princess,” however threw caution to the wind to promote “Joseline’s Cabaret.”

“It’s been three years since I’ve been on TV, but guess what, the Puerto Rican Princess is back! Get ready for my Zeus Original Series #JoselinesCabaret. Coming Soon,” she said in an Instagram post Oct. 21.

The trailer for the show featured Hernandez taking a sexy strut into a gentleman’s club in Miami.

“It’s been three years since I’ve left ‘Love and Hip Hop,’” she said. “The show ain’t been the same since I been gone… No more Stevie J, I’m doing my own thing.”

She later added:

“The baddest b–tch is back, and I’m here to stay.”

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