Joseline Thinks 'Love & Hip Hop' Will 'Crumble' Without Her

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 18:  Joseline Hernandez performs onstage during Morehouse Homecoming Hip Hop Concert at Morehouse College Forbes Arena on October 18, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

Joseline Thinks 'Love & Hip Hop' Will 'Crumble' Without Her

Sounds like she wants her job back.

Published October 20, 2017

Joseline Hernandez officially made her exit from the Love & Hip Hop franchise in the now notorious scene from the last season of the show's Atlanta spin-off.

Since then, she's taken several jabs at the show's creator, Mona Scott-Young, and some of her former co-stars. Though she's no longer front and center, she still believes one thing: she's the star of the series.

During an interview on Sister Circle Live, the reality star opened up about her exit, comparing her dynamic with the show to a game of Jenga — Yep, you read that correctly.

Through the metaphor, she explained that once she is removed from the equation, the entire structure crumbles.

"You ever played that game where [when] you take a piece out, everything crumbles?" she asked. "I'ma tell you what happens [to] Love & Hip Hop without Joseline Hernandez. It's like the Jenga game. Take that one piece out, you all gone."

Watch the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican pricess explain it further, below:

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Written by John Justice

(Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)


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