Joseline Hernandez, 36, posts racy montage to ring in birthday, fans say 'the music is a no for me'
Joseline Hernandez, popularly known as 'The Puerto Rican Princess,' turned 36 on November 3. The reality star and musician, who became famous for the MTV show 'Love and Hip Hop,' decided to do something special for her thirty-sixth birthday. To ring in the celebrations, Joseline decided to post a montage of smoking hot photos.
The reality star is known for wearing super sexy cut-out ensembles. So it is not surprising that the 'Love and Hip Hop' star posted a racy photo montage on social media in several revealing outfits. The montage shows the musician in racy lace lingerie, bikinis, and even in a thong covered only with nipple pasties. Joseline also included her own song as a background to the montage, which she posted on her Instagram account. The song is about her latest album 'I Want To,' which she has been promoting for some time. But fans in the comments section of the post trolled the Puerto Rican musician for the new song, which has salacious lyrics and repeats the phrase "We like to f**k" repeated several times.
One fan wrote, “You and yo Man just be doing anything in the studio now!” As another plainly said, “Some music just need to be left in the drafts.” A user teased the singer, writing, “This sound like some s**t me and my home girls make up while we f****d up freestyling.” One person penned, “I love tf outta Joseline.. but I’m tryna understand what this music is.. does she rap or sing?? Or is she just talking on beat?? She still bad asF don’t get me wrong but Girlll this music be having me rollin.” Another wrote that she should give up music altogether, writing, “Lls! You should just be a model. The music is a No for Me” And one person joked, “Somebody take her vocal cords cause at this point.” Someone also critiqued Joseline, saying, “Hella repetitive and all these bars are from different songs. C’mon girl I know you got more creativity than this.” While a follower wrote, “Joseline ur music sucks.”
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