Joseline Hernandez Reveals Who She’s Talking About On New Track “Run Me My Money’
Since announcing her departure from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Joseline Hernandez has been laser focused on making music and getting her money. So it’s no surprise the self -proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” just dropped the tracks “Mi Cualto” and “Run Me My Money.”
Of course folks have been assuming the latter is aimed at L&HH creator Mona Scott Young, since Hernandez has made claims that she is still owed money from her time on the show. But according to Hernandez, she’s talking about another group of women related to the show.
“My first half of my royalties were supposed to go through,” explains Hernandez. “The show people, let’s just be clear, all them hoes that work for [Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta] they work for me, I get royalties on all them asses, so that was the inspiration.”
So is she also taking aim at Mona? “I mean you know …” she says with a huge grin. “I’m just making music.”
Hernandez, who now resides in Miami with her daughter Bonnie Bella, also let us in on if she plans to do more reality TV, and the status of her relationship with her daughters father, Stevie J. Check it out, when part 2 airs Friday.