Reality TV star Joseline Hernandez recently paid a visit to the Wendy Williams Show to promote her new reality series Joseline’s Cabaret.
While visiting the show, the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” spoke on Love & Hip Hop‘s producer Mona Scott Young.
“I’ve come from the streets. I’ve raised myself since I was 14-years-old. What I have, she could never get. She’s a talent scout. I’m an owner,” the former Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star said.
“When you own something like Joseline’s Cabaret [Hernandez’s new reality TV show], and when you go talent searching, it’s two different things.”
“See, there’s always going to be that wall where I’m going to bypass her…and that’s what she never liked,” Hernandez continued.
Hernandez swiftly rose to fame after she became an original cast member on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta in 2012 alongside her ex-boyfriend music producer Stevie J.
While on the Wendy Williams Show, Hernandez was asked about Cardi B’s stint on LHH and Williams told Hernandez that Cardi B’s spot “was supposed to be yours.”
“With the cabaret [Joseline’s Cabaret], I’m the creator, producer, and the owner,” Hernandez said.
“I think that there’s been a lot of girls that came and went and some that are still here. For me, doing Joseline’s Cabaret is everything that I want and more.”
Joseline’s Cabaret premieres on Zeus Network sometime in January.