"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" reality star Joseline Hernandez, who temporarily lost her custody battle from ex Stevie J, recently expressed longingness to see her daughter, Bonnie Bella.
Joseline Hernandez, a Puerto Rican TV personality, who rose to prominence in "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," has been yearning to see her four-year-old little daughter, Bonnie Bella Jordan.
The doting mom shares Bonnie Bella with rapper and renowned disc jockey Stevie J, whose real name is Steve Aaron Jordan. Hernandez took to Instagram to express her feelings.
YEARNING FOR BONNIE
The 34-year-old reality star posted a snap of her daughter looking adorable in a floral-printed dress. Bonnie posed and stretched her legs sidewards while pouting her lips.
At the back of the little tot stood a wooden frame with a large canvas painted in blue, purple, and green. The painting was Bonnie's masterpiece. Hernandez wrote in her post:
"I miss my princess ??."
The "Joseline's Cabaret: Miami" star's post garnered 45,385 reactions and more than 400 comments. Hernandez's fans have all agreed that Bonnie looked adorable. A fan noted:
"Looking like her dad?."
Stevie, who is married to R&B singer Faith Evans, also commented on Hernandez's post. He and Bonnie seemed to have gone out together as he wrote that they're right down the street and will later pull up.
LEARNING FROM HER DAUGHTER
Earlier, Hernandez admitted that she finally grew up after Bonnie called her out due to her negative behavior. She shared on Instagram about the heartwarming experience she had with her child.
In their conversation, Bonnie told her to "be nice." That short message struck Hernandez deeply and she eventually reflected on changing her pubic manners.
AN UNFORTUNATE LOSS
Hernandez's attitude was among the factors that led to her temporarily losing custody of Bonnie against Stevie. For many years, she and the 49-year-old record producer had been in a public feud.
She broke down in tears after the renowned DJ was awarded primary custody of their daughter. Despite her loss, Hernandez was given visitation rights on the weekends.
Stevie, who filed for custody in 2019, accused Hernandez of "parental alienation." According to Hernandez, before the custody drama, it was Stevie who had no interest in their child.
However, things have changed between the two exes. Hernandez has made peace with Stevie and explained that even if they continue to fight, it will be ugly before it gets better.