For years now, it has seemed like Joseline Hernandez could be as violent as she wanted to be on “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” without any consequence. But a new report claims that Hernandez is finally paying the price for her bad behavior.
As fans of the series remember, Hernandez famously attacked Althea Heart, Mimi Faust and Tammy Rivera during the “LHHA” reunion special, casuing both fans and cast mates to demand that she be fired from the show.
However, Heart and her fiancé, Benzino, who fought both Hernandez and Stevie J during the brawl, were the ones fired from the show after Benzino allegedly threatened the show’s producers.
Although it seemed like Hernandez had gotten off scot-free for the fights, Music Times is reporting that Mona Scott-Young has decided to suspend Hernandez from the show for the fights.
According to sources, “Not only will she sit out filming the first four episodes, but she also won’t be paid for them regardless of what her contract may have otherwise stated.”
Clearly the producers want to send a message that extreme violence will not be tolerated. Just last month producers fired Yung Berg from “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” after he allegedly dragged and beat his girlfriend, Masika Tucker.
We’re sure that Hernandez isn’t too happy about losing a big chunk of her “LHHA” check, but considering that after all she’s done she won’t be fired, the clearer message is that Scott-Young and VH1 value continued ratings over making sure that they’re not seen as a violent show, which is impossible considering the numerous other acts of violence they’ve condoned.