Joseline Hernandez was blamed for most of the drama at the taping of the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" reunion show. Rumor has it that Joseline attacked three other "LAHHATL" cast members before assaulting a security guard who was trying to subdue her. According to Hip Hollywood, Joseline Hernandez has been speaking about the incident on social media and it doesn't sound like she's taking any responsibility at all.
According to multiple reports surrounding the drama at the reunion show taping, fights broke out within minutes as the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" cast came together onstage. As the story goes, Stevie J and Joseline were complaining about how hot it was on stage. That's when Benzino allegedly said something about Stevie J and Joseline needing to lay off the drugs. Then when Stevie J rushed Benzino, Joseline took the opportunity to attack Althea Heart.
Apparently getting a few licks with Althea wasn't enough because then a very hyped up Joseline moved on and attacked Waka Flocka Flame's wife Tammy Rivera. From the video footage, it looked like a huge mess onstage with fists flying. After leaving that mess, Joseline allegedly ran into Mimi Faust off stage and took the opportunity to attack her too.
According to the report, Joseline fought the three women and still had enough fight in her to bite flesh from a security guard who was trying to subdue her. Due to her incredibly violent behavior at the "LAHHATL" reunion show taping, many other cast members are now asking that Joseline Hernandez be fired.
After all of that, Joseline speaks out and doesn't apologize or act like she did anything wrong. Matter of fact, she blames the whole incident on Mona Scott-Young and the other cast members' desperation for a story line. Joseline was the one attacking though. She seemed to miss that part. Of course she took a chance to brag about beating up three women in one hour on Instagram.
Everyone seems to think that Mona Scott-Young put Joseline up to the fight but it's clear that is not the case. Joseline is pointing fingers at Scott-Young just like everyone else. The "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" producer already put security guards on set at every taping to put an end to the violence. She obviously needs more security guards though because they weren't able to control the situation recently at the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" reunion show taping.