Social media is racing to Joseline Hernandez‘s defense after people dragged her for dressing 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella in unconventional garments.
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star often dons her daughter in snazzy little ensembles, but people apparently have a problem with the way the toddler is dressed. The celeb recently uploaded a photo of her daughter at school wearing a sleeveless pink tulle tutu dress, white polka dot tights, pink bowknot ballerina flats and a white unicorn sunhat.
Hernandez proudly captioned the Instagram photo of her 2-year-old “School flow!”
However, the adorable picture of baby Bonnie was swarmed with people speaking ill of her mother’s fashion taste.
“What’s on her head … @joseline stope dressing her like that .”
“It’s like @joseline is trying to dress her in clothes she never worn as a child, those stocking have to go . Don’t do her like that. Smh.”
“Bonnie tired of those damn dresses . poor baby wtf is wrong with Jocelyn n why she put lipstick on her.”
“Why does @joseline keep dressing this child like her damn granny stevie come get ur child.”
However, fans of Hernandez unleashed on the detractors.
“STFU you idiots! She’s only 2 n is dressed right! Don’t come for Joseline or Bonnie .”
“Maybe this the way Joseline grew up, so she wanna do what’s right for her baby .. u people too judgemental it’s her kid leave dem alone.”
“You mfs so use to seeing people half naked u don’t know whut cover up look like! I think this baby looks like what a child of her age should look its nothin wrong with this outfit she’s adorable Joseline .”
Hernandez shares her 2-year-old daughter with her ex-fiancé, music producer Stevie J., whom she’s been sparring with on social media lately. The pair’s child arrived in December 2016, just a few months after they decided to call it quits.
A year after their daughter’s birth, the former couple descended into a nasty custody battle that was settled in April 2018. A Georgia judge awarded Hernandez primary physical custody and Stevie J. joint custody. He was ordered to pay the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” $1,000 a month in child support, which Hernandez has claimed he has stopped doing.
The Latina rap artist has said she’s focused on becoming a better person for the sake of her toddler and has apparently turned over a new leaf.
“Everything that I went through in my life, I want my daughter not to have to go through. … I think that becoming a mother makes you focus so much more in your business,” she told Huffington Post in 2017.