They’re Apologizing Already? Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta’s Joseline Says Sorry to Mona Scott-Young
“Basketball Wives” was on for four seasons before they started being sorry for their actions. We haven’t even hit a full week since the Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” premier and already Joseline Hernandez is apologizing for her behavior
In response to the “drag queen” rumors, she posted a naked picture of herself on Twitter and apparently leaked a sex tape to World Star Hip Hop. Rumor has it, executive producer Mona Scott-Young was not pleased with Joseline’s actions.
Is an apology via Twitter enough to keep Mona from kicking Joseline off of VH1’s most popular new show? Joseline hopes so. The newfound reality star tweeted an apology saying:
@MonaScottYoung hey u, thank u 4 the opportunity u gave me. yesterday was what it was today im gona b the best i can be. I really ❤ you.
Thank you guys that’s there for me and that’s really understanding of this situation. I love u guys.
My past is my past the Future is so much clear!!!
Thank you @MonaScottYoung u gave me a great shot at life I’m sorry for letting u down yesterday. I truly apologize.”
Mona didn’t respond via Twitter as of yet, but I’m guessing she is blowing smoke with those threats anyway. Female or male, naked pics or clothed, Joseline’s antics have been attracting even more publicity to the inexplicably popular show. I wouldn’t be surprised if the viewing numbers are up even higher on Monday simply because more people want to see who this man/woman is. It’s not time for Mona to pull a Shaunie O’Neal and pretend she didn’t know what she was getting with these castmembers. They’re cash cows for the exec producer and I’d be surprised if she sent a single one of them back to the unemployment line as long as they’re raking in the viewers.
So, enough with the lukewarm apologies via social media. Mona Scott knows Joseline is a hot mess on-screen and off. And now, we all know it too. It’s the rapper’s true gender that remains a question.
Alissa Henry is a freelance writer living in Columbus, OH. Follow her on Twitter @AlissaInPink
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