Joseline Hernandez Defends Balistic After ‘Cabaret ATL’ Reunion Airs

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ATLANTA — The first part of “Joseline’s Cabaret Atlanta” reunion show aired on Sunday night — and Joseline Hernandez was forced to hop online to defend her partner, Balistic Beats.

Balistic, who Joseline calls her “husband,” has appeared on the series alongside his partner.

Clips of Balistic turning up on some of the cast members and getting hype on stage has not gone down too well with viewers:

But Joseline is fiercely protective of her love.

“Y’all stay out of my husband page with the bulls–t. We stand behind each other 100%. A lot of you don’t share that type of bond with your significant other. But us – we are 4 tires, 10 toes, shock and awe, ying and yang. You will not understand. Dummies,” she wrote in response to the backlash.

On the reunion show, it was mostly Big Lex and Mz Natural who went hard at Joseline. They called Joseline out for her disrespect (which we all pretty much assumed would happen.) Anybody who watched “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” knows how Joseline gives it up.

Joseline even walked off set until Mz. Natural was removed from the stage.

In April, the reality television star went viral for her tense (and extremely awkward) interview with Wendy Williams.

“You know Miss Wendy, I just must say this to you: I hope you’re going to give me my flowers today. I hope you’re gonna honor how much work I put out there,” Joseline told Williams at the time. “I’m an accomplished woman and I just feel like every time I come to your show, you don’t give me those flowers now. You know? And Wendy, you’re 35 years my senior. I should get those flowers from you. I should feel wanted by people like you. And not just me, all the other young girls.”

Wendy Williams was not here for it.

“You feel undervalued? Well so do I, okay? You know what, Joseline, because you’re a part of pop culture, this is what I do,” she shared. “But if you possibly think that I leave here every day and don’t feel undervalued for something that I do as a woman—we’re not gonna even talk about race—just as a woman? I still don’t make that dollar-for-dollar match that men make, but anyway, Shoe Cam please. Let me see your shoes.”

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