Joseline Hernandez slams ex Stevie J for not visiting their daughter in months
Reality star Joseline Hernandez has put her ex and baby daddy on blast for neglecting their daughter, one-year-old Bonnie Bella.
Hernandez was speaking with Bossip on a variety of topics when she gave her two cents on Offset allegedly not getting a tattoo of one of his other children’s names.
Hernandez didn’t think it was as big a deal as actually providing for the child. According to her, the only thing the child’s mother should be worried about is getting child support payments on time.
The "Puerto Rican Princess" then revealed that not only was she not getting regular child support from her child’s father, Stevie J, but he had also not seen his daughter in five months.
Hernandez and the music producer had reached an agreement for him to make monthly child support payments of $1,000, but it looks like Stevie is not holding up to his end of the bargain.
To further stress her independence, Hernandez spoke of her pregnancy period:
“You guys [have] to realize that I’ve never had my baby for anyone other than myself. Because when I got pregnant, I was separated; I was all by myself; I was a single woman. I accepted and took care of my responsibility without a problem. And I took it upon myself to make sure everything that I did moving forward at that time was the best providing, no matter who was there. At the end of the day, I was going to make sure she was always good.”
“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” producer Mona Scott-Young, however, refuted the star’s claims, revealing:
“He spends a lot of time with those kids. The checks go to him, but I know he also started a fund — sorry to put it out there, Stevie — he also started a fund where a portion of his income goes in to take care of his kids. So he takes care of his kids, yeah.”
It's not sure now who is speaking the truth, but things are apparently not good with the exes.
Hernandez and Stevie J called it quits in 2016, the same year they welcomed Bella who is the spitting image of her father. At the end of their nasty custody battle, both parents were granted joint physical custody while Hernandez was awarded primary care.