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It hasn’t been a full 24-hours but thanks to last night’s premiere of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, producer Stevie J is a certified reality TV villain. The New York native was named “Donkey of the Day,” by Charlamagne Tha God, of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club for his alleged sexual relationship with his “artist,”  Joseline Hernandez, whose masculine features have many believing that she may be transgendered. 

Stevie’s awkward love triangle between his girlfriend and Hernandez was nothing short of reality TV gold, but he was given the “donkey” crown for not knowing that his jumpoff is allegedly transgendered. “We watched Love & Hip Hop Atlanta and Stevie J either don’t know, don’t show, or don’t care about that young man called Joseline’s gender,” said Charlamagne. “Yes I said man because if Stevie J would take those shades off for six seconds he would realize Joseline is really a Josh. Stevie J is having sex with a transgender in front of the whole world and everybody seems to know it but him. It’s nothing wrong with that, trangenders need love too.”

Of course there’s no physical proof that Hernandez— a former stripper—was born a man, but she has most definitely emerged as one of the standout characters on the show. Peep a few flicks of Hernandez below.


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