Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’s Joseline Hernandez sits on the cover of Rolling Out’s latest issue, donning a cream-colored body suit, accentuated by a multi-colored head wrap.
The “Puerto Rican Princess” talked one-on-one with the urban mag and discussed her reported marriage to Stevie J, burgeoning success as a “pop icon,” and of course, her sentiments toward singer/song-writer Tamar Braxton.
Well, I’m the baddest b—- out there in the streets. [They say] ”how dare this little immigrant girl come from Puerto Rico [and] just become a star.” You know I hate that s—! They’re jealous. Shout-out to Tamar Braxton, she wants to be a bad b—- like myself but she can’t be.
She’s been trying to come out with music for how many years? [It’s been] f—–g 20 years since her sister [Toni] was a star. They don’t understand how a girl like me can come out and be this, but I have talent. It’s not my fault. When you got talent, you got talent. Shout-out to the haters; I love the haters. I do it for your amusement.
Late last year while one the Tiny Tonight show, Tamar Braxton cracked a joke about Joseline Hernandez being a man. Since then, Tamar took to her Twitter account to apologize. Apparently that apology is still unaccepted.
Peep behind-the-scenes footage from Joseline’s shoot after the break. You can read more about her thoughts on being a “pop icon” and more on RollingOut.com.