Joseline Hernandez Poked Fun at This Reality Star’s Suicide Attempt

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 04: Joseline Hernandez attends WE tv Celebrates The Premiere of Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition at Liaison Restaurant + Lounge on February 04, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for WE tv)

Former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez didn’t offer Tamar Braxton any words of encouragement during her time of need. The “Puerto Rican Princess” recently left a comment on a social media post that was filled with venom directed at the Braxton Family Values star.

The Neighborhood Talk posted a screenshot showing that the Braxton sisters have all unfollowed each other on social media since the release of the trailer for the upcoming season of Braxton Family Values. Under the post, Hernandez chimed in on the situation and even commented on Tamar Braxton’s suicide attempt that occurred over the summer.

“A bunch of fake hoes. Starting by the one [who] tried killing her self,” Hernandez commented. “Tamar talked to much over the years on people. That hoe KARMA is here to [haunt] her and I saying DIE b****. Watch people’s play book. And you will see their future. Sad but True. I [don’t] feel bad. She did it to herself. Next story.”

Braxton didn’t respond to Hernandez.

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Hernandez & Braxton’s Feud Dates Back to 2012

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The feud between Braxton and Hernandez started in 2012. During an appearance on Tamika “Tiny” Cottle’s then VH1 show, Tiny Tonight, Braxton made comments about Hernandez looking like a man. Hernandez then snapped back during an appearance on Kandi Burruss’ then-show, Kandi Coated Nights, HelloBeautiful reported.

“First of all Tamar, they been saying you look like a dude four years ago,” Hernandez said. “B**** you the one that look like a man, don’t get it twisted. Don’t go there. For real, you like 50 years old. I’m a young broad, I don’t know you, why you f****** with me? I don’t know who you are, I know your sister.”

Hernandez also threw a jab at Braxton regarding her looks.

“That b**** ain’t 35,” she added. “If she 35 then I’m 17 and we know I ain’t 17. She need to take that money and do PLASTIC BETTER SURGERY.”

Braxton responded on Twitter and likened Hernandez’s comments to bullying.

“I guess if I wasn’t bullied name calling wouldn’t effect me,” she tweeted. “I always thought I wouldn’t go through it as an adult. I guess I was wrong. smh.”

On New Year’s Day in 2013, the “Love & War” singer issued an apology to Hernandez for her offensive joke.

“I should say sorry  2 @joseline cause I was only joking during a year in review show,” she wrote on Twitter according to Urban Belle. “It was all ‘in fun’ but I didn’t want 2 hurt any feelings.”

Both of the stars have moved on from the reality shows that they got their start on. Hernandez now has her own reality show on Zeus called Joseline’s Cabaret while Braxton has her own show titled Get Ya Life! Braxton is still casted on Braxton Family Values but openly blasted WeTV on Instagram for “using my pain for their pleasure and ratings” after the release of the trailer for the upcoming season of the show.

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