June 22, 2024

‘Bad to Da Bone’: Joseline Hernandez Lights Up the ‘Gram With Fierce Look

Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” celeb Joseline Hernandez recently came through serving nothing but looks on social media.

After years of being told to model for a living, it seems the controversial reality star may be taking fans’ advice. She uploaded a portrait from her Mother’s Day photo shoot with Alpha magazine to her Instagram feed on Thursday afternoon, posing in front of a seemingly ruined location.

She looked quite chic, wearing a red-and-black latex collared trench coat, red latex leggings and tan open-toe sock booties. She accessorized her ensemble with silver chain necklaces and wore her hair in a high side ponytail. She went for a dramatic makeup look to match her edgy outfit, wearing a gold and smoky eye shadow and nude lip.

“Puerto Rican Princess ??,” she wrote in her caption.

Joseline Hernandez
Joseline Hernandez @joseline/Instagram

Fans went gaga over her post.

“Hello beautiful love it ???? yesss honey u giving us life ❤.’

“First of all why I can’t like this pic 99 times in a row ? super Fuego ??.”

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey star commented on her image “Bad to da bone ?.”

Hernandez’s boyfriend DJ Ballistics, gushed over his lady, writing, “My Lady the Baddest!!! ? ?.”

Other folks felt indifferent.

“Josie always grabbing her crouch. Why????? ??.”

“You must be really burning down there ?.”

Joseline Hernandez
Joseline Hernandez and Bonnie Bella. @joseline, @alphafemalemagazine, alphamagazines/Instagram

The 32-year-old mother and her adorable 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella recently sent social media in a tizzy after gracing the cover of Alpha for Mother’s Day. The pair twinned with their red matching dresses meanwhile Hernandez explained how being a mother was a focal point in her life.

“Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had, and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed,” she said.

She also said that having her daughter is the best thing that happened to her.

“Before I had her I was going bananas,” she told writer Shamika Sanders in 2017. “I’m very happy to now be a changed woman and give my daughter the opportunities I never had.”

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