Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez is currently under fire for showing up to her daughter’s school in scanty attire.
The 32-year-old mother posted a series of images on social media that featured herself, two-year-old Bonnie Bella and the child’s teacher. Hernandez appeared to be participating in tea party event at her daughter’s academy and arrived to the classroom wearing a revealing dress and stiletto heels. The pink garment hugged Hernandez’s curves and showcased the side of her stomach and the majority of her thigh area. Parts of her breasts were also spilling out of her dress and she appeared to not be wearing a bra.
“Bella and I had the best time at her Academy today! It was a #TeaParty and it was awesome!” Hernandez wrote in her Instagram snapshot.
The “LHHATL” alum continued by thanking the “professor and the Academy” for helping her “raise” her 2-year-old daughter. She added in the caption, ” Ps the beautiful amazing person on the pic is Bella’s favorite girl!”
Fans in Hernandez’s comments seemed more concerned with the way she was dressed at her daughter’s school and immediately took to social media to express their frustrations.
“You thot!” one fan exclaimed. “Why would u wear that? No class at all 😳.”
“Why you go to the baby school looking like that?? Lead her by Example Not only Advice smh,” another added. “Just sad smh.”
“This is f–ing ridiculous!” an Instagram user said. “Sooo that’s how you go dressed to her school, hmmm no bra can see your nipple through that short ass dress 🤦🏾♀️. You can take the stripper out the club but you can’t take the club out the stripper damn girl you a mama now.”
A few fans did race to defend Hernandez:
“You doing a great job @joseline don’t worry about haters.”
“At least you taking her to school f–k the rest 🔥😍!”
Hernandez has come under fire for her parenting style. In a now deleted post, she stated that her daughter changed her life for the better.
“Bonnie Bella you’ve changed my life in more ways than you could imagine and you make all of the places in my life that were once incomplete whole again,” Hernandez wrote in 2016.
In a 2017 Breakfast Club interview, she elaborated even more on how motherhood forced her to make better decisions as a person.
“It made me better. When I was pregnant for 37 weeks (8.5 months), that’s a place of stillness; no drugs, no alcohol, no nothing,” she said. “The yoga what I practiced. Pregnancy taught me how more greater I can become. Motherhood changes you, its like everything is so clear.”