As Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J's relationship continues along the road to repair, the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess's bond with her baby's father's children continues to fall by the wayside, with the reality star only making things worse with her every word.
In a recent episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Joseline got into a verbal dispute with Stevie J's daughter Savannah, which almost led to blows when the reported 18-year-old got out of her seat after noticing Joseline's "sympathy tears."
Since then, their relationship has only become more strained, with Savannah most recently sitting down with Stevie J's ex Mimi Faust to discuss the incident.
During their conversation, they talked specifically about why the former Bad Boy producer would want to be involved with someone who would speak so begrudgingly about a child, referencing his daughter with Mimi, Eva. Savannah was so bothered by the interaction that she mentioned wanting to move to Philadelphia just so she could get away from Joseline.
After Joseline heard that Savannah deemed her "toxic" for her father, she clapped back on Twitter. Many are saying Joseline went too far with her response, especially using the term "nappy," which some are calling anti-Black. French Montana just got some heat in April when he used the term "nappy hair" to insult a Black woman.
"That h*e mad cause I run her daddy," Joseline tweeted. "Now run along and find your own c**k to suck. You nappy head."
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For those who accused Joseline of being hypocritical, saying she would not appreciate if those words were extended to her own daughter, Bonnie Bella, she fired back with these words:
Nevertheless, the Twitter community let the reality star have it, with an overwhelming majority expressing their disgust with her words.
Get the rundown on Joseline's strained relationship with Stevie J's daughters in the BET Breaks video, above.
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