Joseline Hernandez & Stevie J's daughter poses like a model in red sweater & checkered dress in pic
Her mother, Joseline Hernandez, is one of the most stylish reality stars out there, so we’re not surprised Bonnie Bella is posing up a storm in this recent photo.
Bella was pictured in a cute red sweater worn over a red checkered dress. A single neckpiece and trendy flat sandals completed the one-year-old’s look, and her hair was styled in multiple puffs.
What stood out in the photo, however, is Bella’s adorable pose. Leaning against a white wall, Bella raised the upper part of her left feet off the floor. Clearly, someone’s been taking lessons from her famous mom.
That much was evident in another picture Hernandez shared some hours back. This time, mother and daughter modeled matching beige outfits, and Bella was the star of that show. The tot struck a sassy posture with her hand on one hip as she stared boldly at the camera.
Despite not getting along with Bella’s dad, Stevie J, Hernandez, and her only daughter are two peas in a pod. The “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” star revealed last month that her daughter’s last name is Hernandez, and not Jordan, which is Stevie’s last name.
“I gave my daughter my last name because sadly the last name she should of [sic] had by blood wasn’t around to help her,” the Puerto Rican Princess said, adding that:
“Everyone knows that my baby daddy denied my daughter. A person that denies a 99.9% bloodline, how dare you believe them?”
Record producer, Stevie J, famously denied being the father of Hernandez’s unborn child in 2016 and accused her of sleeping around. He swallowed his words after a paternity test proved that he was indeed the father of her child.
The estranged exes fought a nasty custody battle over Bella and only finally reached an agreement earlier in April, with Hernandez getting primary custody.
Last month, the budding rapper put Stevie J on blast for neglecting their daughter and failing to make his monthly $1,000 child support payments.
Hernandez recalled at the time:
“You guys [have] to realize that I’ve never had my baby for anyone other than myself. Because when I got pregnant, I was separated; I was all by myself; I was a single woman. I accepted and took care of my responsibility without a problem. And I took it upon myself to make sure everything that I did moving forward at that time was the best providing, no matter who was there. At the end of the day, I was going to make sure she was always good.”