‘Do You Sista!’: Joseline Hernandez Fans Defend Her Against Detractors Clowning Her Throwback Rapping Clip
The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” posted an old clip on Thursday of her interview with Hood Magazine in 2012 where she’s seen seemingly rapping about chasing her dreams.
“B–tches don’t hate get with the mutherf–king program get like me,” the reality veteran rhymed in the old clip while holding a microphone in her hand. “Don’t be mad at me because I do what I do I’m just the baddest b–ch out here trying to make it. I just had a dream don’t be mad at me.”
In Hernandez’s eyes, the video was “motivation” for her to evidently continue with her music career and added the hashtags “#puertoricanprincess,” “#tbt” and “#motivation.”
Others, on the other hand, took it as a sign for her not to “rap anymore” and urged her to consider other professions.
“You stink ,” one person commented. “Girl don’t rap anymore just stick to modeling.”
Another person wrote underneath Hernandez’s video, “I think that’s why she can’t rap. Her English is f–ked up and she keeps forgetting to make her raps rhyme. This is ain’t it .”
“What in the dyslexic midnight studio session is going on here?” another critic curtly asked. “Sorry you should not pick up the mic .”
Other fans denounced detractors, defending the 32-year-old’s music skills.
“Tell them Joseline ,” a fan wrote. “She can do no wrong. She has great hustle and keep pushing. Do you sista!”
“People act like show business is an easy business but it’s tough,” another fan added. “I love her. That is my princess and she can do what she wants .”
Hernandez said she’s always dreamed of having a career in the music industry has been doing music since appearing on “LHHATL” in 2012.
“When you do a reality show there’s a lot of conflict involve in it (music),” Hernandez told Hip Hop Nation during an interview in Oct. 2017. “I think that after the reunion I think that everybody was able to follow who I am as an artist. I’m getting a lot of great opportunities. It’s just showing me that my work for the last past seven years is not going unnoticed.”