Stevie J's ex Joseline Hernandez shares photos from their 'princess' daughter's 2nd birthday party

Mary Scott
Jan 09, 2019
06:12 P.M.
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Bonnie Bella turned two on December 28 and her mother, Joseline Hernandez, went all out with the celebrations, but fans were not too impressed with Bella’s father, Stevie J, and had some choice words for him.


Joseline, 32, and Stevie have not been on the best of terms for the longest time, but that did not stop Bella from having a blast during her last birthday.

Her mother went all out with cake, gifts, and even a hired Princess Belle for her Princess Bella. In one of the many photos shared by the “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” alum, the Disney princess was entertaining Bella and her friends in pre-school while the latter held on to colorful party balloons.


In a couple of other pictures, Joseline posed with the birthday girl, and she also shared another video where Bella was surrounded by gifts.

A few days to the big day, the Atlanta rapper posted a special tribute to her only child.

“Bonnie’Bella has brought me to my knees and brought me closer to the man upstairs,” Joseline wrote alongside a Christmas photo of the girl.


She added:

"She is my miracle. Your Born day Dec 28 is near, and your Mother is planning something very Special. You are everything a mother deserve and more. Thank you for choosing me to be your Mother!”

Although a few die-hard trolls found something negative to say about Bella’s appearance on the birthday posts, most people had kind words for the toddler and even commended Joseline for going all out for her girl.


The TV personality is no stranger to being criticized over her ability as a mother, but this time, it was Bella’s father, fellow “LHHA” alum Stevie J, that caught the most flack on social media.

Stevie, 47, did not post a birthday shout-out for Bella on Instagram, but when netizens saw him give one to Diddy’s son, Justin Combs two days later, all hell was let loose.


One vocal user wrote:

“You even gave a shout out to P. Diddy [son] but not your own baby. The foolishness.”


Another shot back in response to someone who came to Stevie’s defense:

“That’s not the point. If you’re going to acknowledge some of your children on social media then you should acknowledge them all.”