It looks like former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez has a few things to get off of her chest at the moment.
Friday afternoon, the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” premiered her new music video for her 2017 single “Run Me My Money” which originally took shots at rap star Cardi B. Well, there’s apparently a new target on Hernandez’s hitlist and social media users seem to think it’s her arch nemesis and former employer, “Love and Hip Hop” franchise executive producer Mona Scott-Young.
The 32-year-old reality star and Scott-Young seemingly have bad blood after the executive allegedly tried to portray Hernandez in a negative light on “LHHATL.” The Latina artist evidently still has a bone to pick with Scott-Young for the incident and her music video seems to convey that also.
Hernandez released her music video, which she creative directed, via Instagram on Friday and it featured an older, heavier set woman who fans claimed resembled Scott-Young. Nevertheless, the woman was blindfold, duck taped and tied to a chair as Hernandez pranced around her rapping, “Run me my money run me my money hoe.”
She added in her caption, “#runmemymoney me and my #ATL bitches Creative director @joseline And @mikeboycecreativegenius.”
The video received an overwhelming amount of mixed reactions, some good and bad, others tagging Scott-Young in the comments.
“Wayment who grandma she roughing up? Is that suppose to be Mona Scott?? 🤐?”
“Who’s nana is that? 🤣 is that suppose to be Mona this ain’t it .”
“I don’t fu–in care what no one says u definitely bodied this tell that ho Mona to run ya money boo periodt 🔥🔥.”
“Why I think she talking about Mona Scott 😂 Run me my money 👌🏼 You owe a lot of paper where the cash at 💯.”
“At first I was like who auntie she got hostage but then I realized it was Mona this song is 🔥 tho.”
Hernandez began feuding with the “Love and Hip Hop” executive producer not long after she quit the VH1 series in 2017. She felt Scott-Young exploited people of color on the show and tried to portray her in a negative light by replaying old fight clips of her even after departing from the show.
“I quit the show, so now you wanna run back these plays that I did 3 years ago,” Hernandez said in a now deleted Instagram video last year. “It’s not cool, Your show can never elevate. You’re always trying to downplay color people, and Mona you should know better, [because] you Haitian.”
Last July, Hernandez reignited her feud with Scott-Young after she felt Scott-Young seemingly threw verbal jabs at her during an interview with Wendy Williams.
“B—h did you go to Wendy to promote my show or yours???? God bless you, Mona b—h,” Hernandez tweeted in a now deleted status. “Your show dropped 50 [percent] and if anyone call [sic] me with negativity, I’m going to curse you out. I give [two] f–ks about this dirty, crusty mouth hoe. Check me.”