‘Hottie’: Joseline Hernandez Serves ‘Sugar and Spice’ on a Platter with Her Alluring Photo

Joseline Hernandez is a stunner.

The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star gave fans a treat on Saturday, Aug. 8, when she uploaded a tantalizing pic of herself rocking a blue fur coat that was placed just right to show off her assets. She seemingly posed topless in a pair of sheer tights with red thigh-high boots.

“Joselines Cabaret B–ch 😋,” Hernandez captioned the Instagram post, referring to her Zeus reality show.

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Joseline Hernandez poses on the ‘Gram. @joseline/Instagram

The sexy snap depicted the 33-year-old mother of one casting a sultry look at the camera while sprawled atop a bed.

A fan asked Hernandez to “marry” him/her, while others inundated her post with compliments.

“Hot and beautiful queen,” one of the star’s admirers remarked. Someone else commented, “Let em know 😘 you the real baddie babe.”

“Can you say hottie 🔥🔥 ahhhh we love you!!! Slay boo for the island ladies,” another IG user wrote.

One fan added, “She looks sexy as hell sugar & spice & everything nice.”

Lately, some of Hernandez’s spicy photos have generated some backlash.

A few social media users claimed Hernandez crossed the line with a few of her racy pics and called them “too much.” In a July 20 post, the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” posed completely topless, wearing pasties on her breasts, a thong, thigh-high boots and a suspender harness. She encouraged fans to live their “best life” as she promoting her new “Live Your Best Life” single. .

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Joseline Hernandez poses half-naked on Instagram in controversial a July 20 post. @joseline/Instagram

A fan who was seemingly outraged by the snap commented on the reality TV star’s post, “Can we see something else besides skin and a– bouncing.”

Hernandez never addressed the person.

She clearly isn’t threatened by the criticism she receives on a frequent basis and is aware that not everyone approves of her actions and behavior.

Hernandez told Huffington Post in 2017, “Everybody’s able to say whatever they want, feel however they feel, and it’s not really a big deal to me, because if I choose to live my life in front of the media then I need to take what they give.”

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