Reality television veteran Joseline Hernandez is giving fans a run for their money with her super spicy pool photos.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star apparently didn’t have a problem with getting her sexy on in her latest Instagram pics. She uploaded two images of herself modeling in a PrettyLittleThing monokini, showing off her curvy figure and assets inside a pool.
Hernandez sported a pink swimsuit embellished with a semi-translucent floral design and a matching windbreaker jacket to complete her look. She posed atop a 48-inch pool candy “Unicorn Glitter Tube Float” that retails for $24.99 on www.stage.com.
The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” accentuated her playful look with matching nails, oval-drop earrings and rocked her hair in a low ponytail. She also went for a more full coverage glam look and captioned her photos, “He be chewing on my bubble gum while we vacay!”
In the images, Hernandez showed off her thighs, hips and cleavage, which sparked a slew of compliments and dislikes.
“Lawd have mercy! Show dem h-es how it’s REALLY DONE! #photooftheday #mahcuttycat!!!.”
“Beautiful Outfit Along With A Beautiful Woman she’s da real bad gal .”
“Yeasss b–ch this my screen saver you killed this look Joseline!”
“What’s up with her wearing the jacket in the pool? She looks a mess gross .”
“Poor Bonnie she had a thot for a mother.”
Hernandez has often been criticized for her salacious style. The most recent backlash she received was a photo of herself dressed in a skimpy dress and heels while picking up her 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella from school. Social media was outraged at the incident, but the former “LHHATL” star ignored the criticism as usual.
Contrary to what some might expect, the 32-year-old mother of one has bragged about how her daughter changed her life for the better.
“It made me better. When I was pregnant for 37 weeks, that’s a place of stillness; no drugs, no alcohol, no nothing,” she told the Breakfast Club in 2017 during an interview. “The yoga what I practiced. Pregnancy taught me how more greater I can become. Motherhood changes you, its like everything is so clear.”