Joseline Hernandez Made Her ‘Married To Medicine’ Debut This Week And Already Has An Enemy

Joseline Hernandez at Live! Red! Ready! Pre-Show at the 2017 BET Awards at Microsoft Square on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Joseline Hernandez Made Her ‘Married To Medicine’ Debut This Week And Already Has An Enemy

The former ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star is stirring the pot on a new show.

Published September 25th

Written by Moriba Cummings

Joseline Hernandez's Love & Hip Hop days may be over, but the reality TV icon isn't done shaking the table just yet. To prove that, she is set to make her debut on Bravo's Married to Medicine on Sunday, September 29, and judging from a preview clip of the episode, she wasted no time stirring the pot.

In a clip from the upcoming episode, the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess is seen getting into it with OG cast member Toya Bush-Harris over their views on mothering.

"I call it being a mother, I don't think it's a job," Hernandez said, to which Bush-Harris rebutted, "Being a mother is a full-time job."

The Love & Hip Hop star then took their seemingly civilized disagreement to new heights when she used Bush-Harris' reported tax woes as ammunition.

"But, you know, we're gonna keep letting you live it up, not paying your taxes," she said.

Take a look at the brief preview, below:

For those confused about Hernandez's random appearance on the hit Bravo reality series, she was brought on as a friend to Married to Medicine newcomer Buffie Purselle, a personal finance and tax professional and the wife of well-known psychiatrist Dr. David Purselle.

In response to the shady clip, she claimed she only took such a sharp approach because Harris came for Purselle first.

"Don't come for my sister @BuffiePurselle or you will get the business," she tweeted.

There's never a dull moment with this lady, no matter where she goes.

(Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for BET)

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