Joseline Hernandez: Stevie J Is Nothing But TRASH!!

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Stevie J married Faith Evans in a quiet, private ceremony last July. To say that it was sudden was an understatement.

His ex, Joseline Hernandez, was quick to throw shade at him at the time — quietly accusing him of having proposed to her just a month earlier.

Joseline isn’t done. Now, she is dragging his name through the muck.

Stevie J and Faith Evans are married, but that doesn’t mean that Stevie’s ex is going to let the two enjoy their wedded bliss unchallenged.

“You know they say one man’s garbage is another man’s treasure,” Joseline Hernanzes wrote in an Instagram comment.

As if that weren’t shady enough, she really drove home her point in a way that no one could possibly miss.

Joseline continued: “But we know it’s still garbage.”

Ooooooh. Dang, Joseline. Tell us how you really feel!

Joseline Hernandez Throws Shade at Stevie J and Faith Evans

This is not the first time that she’s used social media to strike a blow at Stevie’s happiness.

After the story broke that Stevie J and Faith Evans had married in a quiet, private ceremony, Joseline decided to share some screenshots of a text conversation she’d had just one month earlier.

In the conversation, a person identified in her phone only as “a–hole” but believed to be Stevie J sent her a message reading: “Will you marry me?”

Joseline’s reply is shown as: “I’m actually trying to marry someone else I really like. I’m sorry. I tried it with you. I’m liking some one else a lot.”

That is one hell of a way of saying “no.”

That was on June 17th.

Stevie J and Faith Evans were then married on July 17th.

The two of them even got that date immortalized in a pair of matching arm tattoos.

If you believe the implications of the screenshots that Joseline posted, that would mean that Stevie was possibly just desperate to be married.

You would have to be, if you’re going to ask one woman to marry you, and then marry another just one month later.

That said, some believe that Joseline may have faked the screenshots (it is extremely easy to do so), which don’t even feature Stevie J’s actual name.

Others believe that, even if the proposal is authentic, that fans should still be happy for Stevie and Faith. 

Though this wedding was sudden, Faith and Stevie’s romance began in 2017.

Besides, these two have known each other since the 1990s.

Some say that they belong together — and that, at worst, maybe Stevie was getting cold feet a few weeks before the wedding.

Regardless, if Joseline wants to argue that Stevie is garbage, she won’t have a difficult time.

Stevie J lost his $ 1.3 million child support appeal, though he did manage to avoid a prison sentence over it.

Nobody likes a deadbeat dad.

Additionally, Stevie J allegedly attacked Erica Mena, who accused him liking to beat up women.

We don’t know the full story of that situation, but it sounds like their altercation was serious — and began with Stevie insulting her young son.

To Faith Evans, though, he’s apparently still a treasure.


Stevie J and Faith Evans: Married!!

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Stevie J managed to avoid jail time for his hefty child support debt, but his life is still about to change forever.

On Tuesday, he and on-again girlfriend Faith Evans were tweeting their love for each other. The two of them got married in a private ceremony.

But there may be a little hitch in their marriage … courtesy of Joseline Hernandez.

TMZ reports that Stevie J and Faith Evans applied for a marriage license in Las Vegas.

The license would be good for one year, so the two could have planned their nuptials for any time before or including the beginning of summer in 2019.

On Tuesday, Stevie tweeted: “I love you Faith Renee Jordan.”

Faith tweeted back: “I love you back Steven Aaron Jordan.”

We’re not sure if wedding vows count if they’re on Twitter, but that’s okay …

Stevie J I love you tweet

There’s no mystery of when the wedding ceremony will be.

TMZ quickly followed up with an update: Stevie J and Faith went through with it and got married.

Apparently, Stevie and Faith held their wedding ceremony in their hotel room on Tuesday night, around 10:30 in the eventing.

That was the very same day on which they filed for their marriage license in Clark County (in which Las Vegas resides).

We know that it’s a little sudden — especially since it’s Stevie’s first marriage. But … it’s Vegas.

Faith Evans I love you tweet

(But, hey, it’s not like they just met — just over a year ago, Faith Evans and Stevie J were on the outs)

As we mentioned, this is Stevie’s first marriage.

This is Faith’s third. She had been married to Todd Russaw until 2011 … and, of course, to Notorious B.I.G.

Over the past year, Stevie and Faith have gone from being split to openly flirting on Leave It To Stevie.

And now … they’re married. Though, to be clear, those “I love you” tweets are the closest that these two have come to making an announcement.

But we mentioned that there was a twist. This marriage is off to a rough start.

Why? Because Stevie’s ex, Joseline Hernandez, decided to expose some alleged texts that Stevie appears to have sent her just a month earlier.

In texts from June 17, someone saved to Joseline’s phone as “A–hole,” who is implied to be Stevie J, wrote to Joseline.

The text asks: “Will you marry me?”

Joseline replies: “I’m actually trying to marry someone else I really like. I’m sorry. I tried it with you. I’m liking someone else a lot.”

In a series of replies, Stevie is shown to have written: “Coo. Damn. I love you Joseline. You stupid little b–ch.”

Joseline Hernandez Shares Stevie J Marriage Proposal

Joseline, clearly feeling petty, shared a screencap of this conversation on Instagram, adding:

“Happy honey moon!”

As they say, Joseline had time.

Now, anyone with a few minutes to spare can fabricate text messages, but most people would say that it’s not worth the backlash to fabricate something personal like this.

Did Stevie J really ask Joseline to marry him just a month before he and Faith tied the knot?

If so, that … might not bode well for this union.