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

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.

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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