Joseline Hernandez‘s fans were concerned on Sunday, Nov. 15, after the “Love and Hip Hop” reality star shared a video showcasing her latest look in a low-cut white top.
The “Hate Me Now” rapper urged her followers to go to her OnlyFans page by uploading an eight-second clip that shows her moving the camera in numerous angles. Fans expressed that they noticed something was off with the usual vibrant star. Some sent Joseline well- wishes; others blamed her glam squad for what they deemed a terrible look.
“You ok sis?”
“Something is “off”. I hope you’re alright”
“Sis what’s going on”
“Not this makeup sis you look dead”
“You’re so beautiful but whoever did your glam did you dirty ”
While many of the reality star’s followers spotted a change in the “LHH” alum’s appearance, some of them specified the reason behind Joseline’s different look was because of her extensive use of lip injections. “Is it me or Joseline’s lips don’t move…you ruining your face, sis,” one person wrote. Another follower expressed frustration as they felt the 34 year old was “beautiful” before allegedly going under the knife. “I do not like the new look on you. Why mess up your lip. U was beautiful the way u was.”
“Girl, your lips are a mess,” an Instagram user commented.
Although Joseline has openly admitted in the past to only getting her breasts done, the mother of one confessed during a 2017 interview with “The Real” that she wouldn’t be too thrilled if her daughter Bonnie Bella came up to her and asked to enhance her looks. The Puerto-Rican Princess said, “I don’t think I will be too happy with her coming to me saying, ‘Oh mom, I want some breasts or some butt stuff like that.’ I would be like, babe, you have to grow your body out.”
She added, “Because when I was younger, I didn’t have anybody tell me I was beautiful and I was pretty. So I went out there trying to do things to, you know, make me pretty. Glue all this nappy weave in, and it messed my hair up. So you have to grow into your looks.”
The rapper also advised parents to start teaching their children self-love early on. “Parents, start putting your kids in front of the mirror; let them accept who they are.”