Joseline Hernandez does stunts on ‘Joseline’s Cabaret,’ and says she’ll never appear on another show that she doesn’t produce.
Joseline Hernandez, a Puerto Rican television personality, first appeared on the reality TV scene in 2012 with Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Because of her outspoken, uncensored, and unapologetic nature, she immediately became a household celebrity.
She continued to work as a reality TV personality after that, starring in shows like Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood and Love & Hip Hop spinoffs.
However, as time went on, she became outspoken about Love & Hip Hop’s uneven editing, the staged drama behind the scenes, and her dispute with executive producer Mona Scott Young. Joseline’s Cabaret was born as a result of her decision to leave the show and start her own business.
‘Joseline’s Cabaret’ stars and is executive produced by her.
Joseline’s Cabaret, starring, and executive produced by the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess are now in production.
In an interview with Shadow and Act in April 2021, she discussed her time on Love & Hip Hop, the lessons she learned, and how all of this helped her launch her own show.
Hernandez expressed her gratitude for her initial platform and the overall experience, adding, “It allowed me to learn how to do reality TV, it helped me to [learn] how to executive produce, how to ask for ownership, how to keep my IP – which is my intellectual property.”
She also credited her experiences with making it simpler for her to produce, star in, and partially direct a show as the creative genius behind it.
Joseline’s Cabaret: Miami, directed by the 34-year-old, was released on January 19, 2020, by Zeus Network. Hernandez’s daily life was chronicled in the first season as she sought to create a cabaret act in Miami, Florida.
It also gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at G5ive Miami, a strip club where the reality star used to work a decade ago. Joseline’s Cabaret Season 2, which was filmed in Atlanta, premiered on April 18, 2021.
She isn’t going to be on the show she isn’t producing.
Hernandez also stated in the interview that she would never be a part of another show that she did not produce. She mentioned that she worked as a puppet for individuals who solely sought to benefit from her work as a cause.
But, having been through the dark herself, she doesn’t want other females on her show to go through the same thing.
She continued, “They [her show’s characters] know that I come from the same world.” “My intellect was continually urging me to try something new.”
Hernandez also described how females would come to her for life advice, and she would respond by saying,
That success formula appears to have worked for the reality TV star. She is a well-known television personality with her own shows airing on various networks. She has a net worth of $300,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth, which is constantly increasing.