Joseline Hernandez might have left Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta after feuding with the franchise’s creator, Mona Scott-Young, and she has major plans for her future that include Oprah Winfrey.
Yes, you have read correctly, the curvy reality star is hoping to be interviewed by the media mogul. While her mother would be proud, there is little hope that such event will take place.
Earlier this week, a person, who attended the taping of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s reunion show, said a nasty fight took place between Hernandez and staff members because she refused to be seated next to her sworn enemy, Mimi Faust.
Hernandez stormed off the set and declared she was gone for good.
After the brawl, Hernandez, who is famous for “keeping it real,” took to Instagram where she said that Scott-Young was the one who caused her to leave and her salary had something to do with it.
She claimed: “I’mma come back in about five minutes. I need ya’ll to have yall phones ready to record what I’m about to tell you about this b–ch Mona [Scott-Young] and how she muthaf–ker treated her cast members and all the s–t that she’s done to us throughout the muthaf–king years. I’mma let everybody know. I want you to hashtag Oprah and I want to go sit down with Oprah. Can ya’ll hashtag that?”
A close source to the singer spoke to Hollywood Life this week and said Hernandez is now eying a career a la Coco Austin because she knows that she has what it takes to be an actress and talk show host.
The person said: “Joseline really looks to Coco Austin as her life inspiration. She loves Coco’s body, her look, her sense of humor, and what she’s made of her life. Coco’s a great mom, has an amazing marriage, and a super successful career. If Joseline were to style herself after anyone, it would be Coco, and she would love to have her own reality show, along the lines of Ice Loves Coco.”
Hernandez did several episodes of The Real and fans loved her.