Joseline Dragged for Attacking Stevie J’s Daughter Savannah on Twitter

Leave it up to Joseline Hernandez to turn an attempted apology into another insult. The Puerto Rican Princess is currently being dragged on Twitter after calling Stevie J’s 18-year-old daughter a “hoe.”

Joseline doesn’t have the greatest relationship with Stevie’s children, particularly his daughter Savannah. During a conversation with Mimi Faust on Monday’s (Jun. 27) Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta episode, Savannah said Joseline was “toxic” for her father.

“I just hope that our family — me, you, Eva, Sade, Steven, Dorian — all of us can stay together. For the sake of all of us. She’s so toxic to him.”

Joseline responded to the criticism on Twitter Tuesday (Jun. 27) and she some choice words for the 18-year-old.

One Twitter user felt the LHHATL star crossed the line by coming for her (almost) step-child and pointed out that she wouldn’t like it if someone treated her newborn, Bonnie Bella, like that. “Step up to the plate girl,” the user wrote.

But Joseline was hearing none of it.

The tweets stirred up Twitter and many were quick to call out Joseline for being in the wrong. With nearly 16K mentions, “Joseline” became a top 10 trending topic.

In a previous episode, Joseline sat down with Stevie and his two oldest daughters Savannah and Sade to apologize how her actions in retaliation to their father have hurt them. (FYI: In case you didn’t know, Joseline said some pretty sick things about Stevie and Mimi’s daughter Eva, who is also Sade and Savannah’s little sister)

However, the “apology” went all the way left, causing Savannah to become upset. Savannah was retelling the encounter to Mimi in Monday’s (Jun. 26) episode.

Unfortunately, Savannah shouldn’t expect an apology anytime soon. In fact, this situation seems to be growing worse by the minute.

Joseline Dragged for Attacking Stevie J’s Daughter Savannah on Twitter is a post from: Gossip On This – Pop Culture, News, Videos & Humor

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