"Someone Pinch Me"

Joseline Hernandez was in full celebration mode earlier this week as her daughter, Bonnie Bella, celebrated her sixth birthday. The entertainer took to Instagram with sweet birthday wishes for her little one.


“MY PRINCESS IS 6,” Joseline told her social media fans on Thursday (Dec. 29). “Someone pinch me,” the celebrity mom exclaimed. “Dec 28, 2016, she was born,” Joseline said of Bonnie’s birthday, which fell on Wednesday this year.

“Yesterday was a very Special Day,” the celebrity mom shared. “I hope she enjoyed everything she asked for! Bonnie Bella is a Perfect kid. @balisticbeats and I are so lucky! We love you, Bonnie’Bella.”

Bonnie Bella is Joseline Hernandez’s daughter with music producer Stevie J. Some may know parts of Joseline and Stevie’s story from Love and Hip Hop (LHH). Many believed the two had worked through their differences when their daughter arrived in 2016. Stevie and Joseline, however, moved to end intimate relations. The two now co-parent Bonnie Bella with understanding.

“[There is] No other job I would rather have than being your MAMA,” Joseline doted on her daughter in an Instagram post. “#BonnieBella you are the best #gift I’ve ever gave (sic) myself,” the celebrity mom shared. “And I say this because I finally grew up baby girl! [I] truly respect how you always say to me, and I quote, ‘Mama be nice.’”

Personal growth has taken Joseline far. Not only does the entertainer have a hit television show, but Hernandez is also seeing the fruits of her labor in the music industry.

“Everybody is able to do what’s in their heart without listening to others,” Joseline shared during a recent interview in which she was asked to give advice to others struggling to get ahead in entertainment. “When I first started doing music, people really felt like they hated my music,” the artist revealed.

“Now, the music that I made seven years ago, the numbers are crazy,” Hernandez shared. “Mostly, I think you have to keep the dream that you had as a child when you get older. I feel like a lot of people let that dream go and they’re never successful,” Joseline told the press. “I feel like you have to believe in yourself more than other people believe in you.”

Photo: Joseline Hernandez/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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