On the Feb. 20 episode of “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition,” the “Puerto Rican Princess” suggested that the music producer was seeking full custody of their 3-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella.
Her revelation came amid her explosive confrontation with her castmate and “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Bianca Bonnie. The pair apparently got into an argument over Bonnie’s attitude, which triggered Hernandez.
“This is not only about you, it’s about everybody else too b–ch,” the 33-year-old mother shouted at Bonnie. “My baby daddy trying to take my f–king kid away too and I don’t come up here at night time or in the morning with no bad attitude! … I gotta a f–king kid I’m fighting for! I’m fighting for my kid everyday!”
Several “MBC” viewers had mixed reactions to Hernandez’s emotional revelation.
“People always want to talk about things Joseline did before she had Bella. Kids change your outlook on life and your heart. Taking someone’s child is like taking their oxygen. IDC I feel bad for Joseline, fight for your kid 🤷♀️”
“It ain’t no fun when the rabbit got the gun! Mimi was the maid. Joseline showed her NO RESPECT. Joseline didn’t have children at that time. Even said stevie was molesting his daughter. You have to be careful what you do in life. Karma 🤔”
“Didn’t she continue to attack Mimi and her baby though?? Mannn karma ain’t the one to be played with 🤷🏽♀️”
“Dang Joseline, I felt that.💜 I teared up a bit watching this 😢 it’s disgusting and sad Stevie j wants Joseline child his own daughter he wants the child support payments he’s disgusting”
Last summer, Hernandez and Stevie J. underwent a nasty custody battle over their toddler daughter. In November, the Bad Boy Entertainment producer was awarded temporary primary custody. The “LHHMIA” actress was granted visitation.
The two parents had a court hearing in February, but info about their case has yet to be revealed. Despite what reports say about their custody drama, Stevie J. and Hernandez are on good terms. The former couple have set aside their differences to co-parent their daughter.