Joseline Hernandez Comes Hard For Cardi B, But It Might Just Be A Publicity Stunt

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Reality star Joseline Hernandez of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” fame, has released a diss track aimed at Cardi B.

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Hernandez, who’s known as the “Puerto Rican Princess,” dropped “Hate Me Now” out of nowhere. She raps: “Drag a Bronx bitch / yeah I said it /what you gonna do?/Fabricated, illustrated, cartoon.”

Cardi and Hernandez have had some beef in the past. Even so, this could be a tactic straight out of the 50 Cent handbook on how to get famous.

If you recall Fiddy’s song “How to Rob,” released back in the 90’s when he was still an unknown, he took aim at a long list of rappers and singers, including Diddy, Jay-Z, Big Pun, Timbaland, Missy Elliot, Whitney Houston and more. The diss track is widely considered an attention grab by 50; a way to get publicity for his debut album by starting up some rap beefs.

It worked for him, and maybe Hernandez is hoping it’ll work for her, too. It was only a matter of time before someone tried to ride Cardi B’s coattails to fame.

Cardi B hasn’t acknowledge the song or Hernandez by name, but it’s safe to assume these tweets were her official response.

Though Cardi just might come back with a response, judging by this tweet.

However, if you listen to Hernandez’s track, it’s probably going to be a one-sided battle with a unanimous Cardi victory.

Meet me 2nite!! #fashionshowatl performing #runmemymoney #hatemenow #spanishrocksta

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What do you think? Is Hernandez just reaching for fame? Or is she an actual contender for the top spot?

[H/T] Bossip

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Here's How One Houston Panadería Was Saved Because Of A Teenager's Tweet


Here’s How One Houston Panadería Was Saved Because Of A Teenager’s Tweet

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A Houston teenager didn’t want her dad to close his panadería, so she turned to Twitter for help.

Jacqueline “Jackie” Garza said she originally tweeted a plea for help to alert people in the area of her father’s business, She hoped it would compel friends, family, and co-workers to stop by for some of her dad’s delicious food. But the Internet had another idea.

She showed off all the food her father makes, because it is more than just a bakery for pan dulce.

“At first I didn’t think the interaction between the media and the business was going to correlate,” Garza said. “I was like, ‘Okay. Just because it got retweets doesn’t mean a lot of people are coming.’ I was expecting a small change.”

But then Garza’s tweet was flooded with support as people came together for the panadería.

Garza was not expecting the outpour of positivity from the Twitter community, but is so grateful for it.

The support was so overwhelming, in fact, that her father went to the store and stocked up so he could meet the demand.

“My dad was definitely not expecting such a drastic change as the one we got,” Garza said. “He didn’t know that Twitter existed before the tweet went viral but so far he’s handled it very well.”

People started to show up in droves, and posted photos and videos at the restaurant.

The panadería has only been open for two years but things have changed thanks to Garza’s viral tweet.

The tweet and the response, she says, saved her family’s business from the brink.

“I am so proud of my dad and my mom for continuing to keep the art of making pan dulce alive,” Garza said. “I am so grateful to have an opportunity to give the world a taste of my culture. Forever grateful for the support my family and I have received. Keeping tradition alive is our strive.”

As for the social media fame that came with it, Garza says her father is not affected.

“I don’t think my dad knows he’s Twitter famous and I don’t think he understands what that means either,” Garza said.

Congratulations, Jackie. You have shown everyone the power of social media when used for good.

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