Reality TV star, Joseline Hernandez, confirmed that she will not returning to the show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. She wants to launch her movie career in the next few years and plans to land another reality show.
VH1 franchise made her a household name across America, however, she is not interested in being a part of it anymore. Hernandez has been busy appearing on the show The Real, launching her music career and giving birth to her first child. She believes that she should have her own reality show because she is ‘worthy’ of it.
She is also planning to relocate to Los Angeles. Reportedly, she had plenty of opportunities to work in L.A. but she had to go back to Atlanta due to filming commitments with Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
She wants to ensure that people not only see as her a TV personality but as an actor, model and a talk show host. She wants to build an empire like Ice-T’s wife Coco Austin, who she considers an idol.
According to sources, Hernandez calls Austin as her ‘life inspiration’ because she is a great mom and has a successful career.
She already had her own baby special in May 2017 aired by VH1 and has spent five years on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. She also had a falling out with the executive producer of the show, Mona Scott- Young.
Hernandez threatened to expose the producer live on Instagram and asked fans to get their phones ready for what she had to say. According to her, the producer had been treating the cast members like s**t throughout the years.
However, Hollywood Life stated that the timing of the alleged accusation was suspicious because it came out after it was reported that her Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta cast were ‘done working with her’.
Hernandez claims that she has been receiving audition calls for movies and she will carefully select her next project.
She wants her fans to see how versatile she is as an actress, saying “I just have to pick and choose what works for me because I have so much work coming my way that for me to get into the character, I want to live that character. I want to really come up hard and really show.
For example, the character I play in ‘Star,’ that’s who I am and I can play somebody who I’m not, but I want to choose that character. With acting, you just have to choose the right roles, so you can really show the world that you can get into a different frame of mind and be a different person.”