This week’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta features an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the filming of Joseline Hernandez’s sexy video for her female empowerment song Baby Daddy.
Watch a clip from the episode below as Joseline prepares for the shoot, which sees her showing off her post-baby body to lyrics like “The control gotta stop. Let’s not make that happen” and “I don’t need no daddy”.
LHHATL star Joseline had tried to make amends with some of her co-stars by asking them to come and be on the video, and the footage below shows drama unfolding as Lovely Mimi turns up — as well as pretty much the only person she’s got beef with, Sierra.
Joseline released a first look at her steamy new video on her Instagram a week ago.
In it she is wearing a low-cut top and see-through hotpants as she twerks and shows off her moves on the floor.
The video was shot directed by Mike Boyce and comes after all the trauma she’s gone through with Stevie J over the birth of their daughter Bonnie Bella last December.
He initially denied being being the father, which led to her serving him with papers for a paternity test. But he eventually owned up to being Bonnie’s father just a few weeks before she was born.
The song starts: “This is to all my ladies, cause I got daddy issues…”
The tune is set to be released in full on iTunes soon.
Also on this week’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Joc pulls up his ex Sina over her relationship with Rod, while Moriah’s married man is revealed — and Stevie goes above and beyond to bring his family together.
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Love & Hip Hop Atlanta airs Mondays at 8/7c on VH1.
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