Atlanta, Georgia — If you took the time to listen to the above diss track from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s own Joseline Hernandez, than more than likely this was your reaction to it:
Ha, ha it surely was ours! Several days back, “The Puerto Rican Princess” elected to drop a diss record aimed towards the Bodak Yellow spitter. For what reason(s)? We have no idea. Let Hernandez tell it though, she says the fundamental message behind “Hate Me Now” is deep-seated in a place of her feeling robbed of success that she feels was once reserved for her.
Sounds a little like utter jealousy and envy to us but—perhaps, there’s more to the beef Hernandez has with Cardi B than meets the eye. Nevertheless, of course, 105.1 The Breakfast Club’s Charlamagne Tha God chimed in and gave his take on the diss song. Here’s what Charlamagne had to say about it:
And, if you’re wondering what Cardi B’s thoughts were on “Hate Me Now” — well, here you go:
Do you think Cardi’s comeback hit harder than “Hate Me Now” or did Joseline slay her? However you slice it, we get the feeling that this fiasco is far from over. . . stay tuned ya’ll.