It’s safe to say that social media isn’t a big fan of Joseline Hernandez‘s moves.
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star may be a skilled musician in the eyes of some, but when it comes to dancing … perhaps not so much. The celeb took to Instagram on Monday morning with a video of herself and an apparent friend showing off their moves in what appeared to be a dance studio.
Although the clip was soundless, Hernandez and her friend gyrated against the wall and on the floor to the apparent blare of music. She wrote in her caption, “#freestyle hoe #puertoricanprincess” and added “Stop playing hoe Think about the money you makin.”
Fans were unimpressed with her dancing, to say the least.
“I’m hollering I just hope it’s all a joke… these CAN’T be serious dance moves.”
“What the hell did I just watch not the feet clap together move. GUUURRRRRLLLLLLLL nooooooooo. Hep me, hap me somebody peas!”
“What in the rythmless nation is goin on here damn all that ass and cant dance .”
“What in the drunk auntie is going on her ma’am she’s on Drugs .”
Others scolded Hernandez’s critics.
“I don’t see any of ya’ll out there dancing, hoes love to hate I love you joseline Still chopping these haters down @joseline#sheslays.”
“Y’all got all these negative ass comments yet y’all miserable ass still following her on Instagram that’s FAN behavior . Get it sis!”
Although Hernandez seemingly might not be the best dancer, she does appear to be quite business-savvy.
Last year, the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” secured a deal
with network We TV for her reality series titled “Joseline Takes Miami.” The show centers on her life in Miami as a single mother raising her and ex-fiancé Stevie J.’s 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella. It was slated to premiere toward the end of 2018, but it never happened.
It was reported last month that the show was allegedly being delayed and that the reality veteran was being forced to re-shoot the series. No specifics were given as to why the show was allegedly postponed or when the show will make the air.
The reality series is being produced by former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” producer Carlos King, who has yet to address the speculation. Hernandez has yet to say anything about the matter either.