If you are a long time fan of the hit VH1 reality franchise Love and Hip and Hop, you may be familiar with one of their most memorable cast members Joseline Hernandez, also known as “The Puerto Rican Princess”.
Hernandez was born November 3 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. She got her start in the show business as an exotic dancer and upcoming rapper and actor but is commonly known for her appearance in Love and Hip Hop.
Hernandez joined the LHH family in 2012 when the show transitioned from its mainstream in New York to the city of Atlanta. Her wild and unfiltered personality immediately caught the public’s eye, along with her Puerto Rican roots. However, it is the drama that left fans wanting more.
Since her Love and Hip Hop debut, Hernandez has appeared in multiple notable talk shows such as The Real and The Wendy Williams Show. She even starred in a reality show herself along with her ex-partner Stevie J, Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood. Unfortunately, her reality series only aired for one season.
In 2017, Hernadez announced on the Love and Hip Hop Season Six reunion that she was leaving. She left the set in an uproar over Mona Scott, the owner of the LHH franchise and the LHH producers. The official cause of her leaving is still unknown. It is rumored that she left because of ongoing conflicts with other cast members. She later explained in an interview with Complex, “I left to focus on what it is that I want to do for my life…that’s doing my music, that’s doing my acting, my producing, and raising my kid.”
It is no question that the Love and Hip Hop franchise has been undeniably successful in its production. Today, the franchise has produced three additional spinoffs aside from the original: LHH Atlanta, LHH Hollywood, and LHH Miami.
Love and Hip Hop Miami may be the newest, but it is definitely coming with the heat. LHH is known for bringing a list of legendary names back into the spotlight. Some of the most iconic faces such as Trina, Trick Daddy and Pretty Rickey’s Pleasure P are back on screen. Although, those were not the only iconic faces making an appearance.
In late December of last year, Hendenandez left the fans stunned after she announced her return to Love and Hip Hop in a commercial saying, “Did you miss me?” Not only is she returning to the hit show, but she is also leaving her past life in Atlanta and hitting the streets of Miami.
Hernandez kicked off 2020 with the premiere of Season 3 Love and Hip Hop Miami. She wasted no time letting the world know she is no rookie to Miami life.
Aside from her new LHH family in Miami, Hernandez plans on living her best life while raising her daughter Bonnie Bella.