STEVIE J and JOSELINE are married

After two seasons on the tele as one of the most dysfunctional couples on air, Stevie J. and Joseline Hernandez are now husband and wife.

The pair–who have been embroiled in somewhat of a love triangle with Stevie’s ex-girlfriend Mimi on VH1′s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta–confirmed their marriage to Hip Hop Weekly magazine.

In an exclusive interview, the newlyweds said wed at a local Justice of the Peace, and in true Stevie J. style, he said his new bride now has “the best f–king man in the whole world.”

Uh….sure.

Check out an excerpt from the interview:

HHW: Now that you’ve gone to a Justice of the Peace, will you  do another ceremony?

STEVIE J: When the show permits, we’ll do it on the show or something, or have our own show and have some kids on  the show.

HHW: How are you going to deal with Mimi now that you and Joseline are a solid couple?

STEVIE J: There’s some jealousy there but I don’t believe there’s enough to where there would be a problem. Joseline is my wife now, and Mimi is the mother of my child. Not a whole lot can be done. But I can make sure that Mimi will always be good. That’s not going to change. But I’m married now — I’m married now!

HHW: How does it feel?

STEVIE J: I feel great!

HHW: How does Joseline feel?

STEVIE J: She’s got the best f—— man in the whole world.

While the couple’s nuptials strike me as one big publicity stunt (I mean, will they announce a spin-off show next?), their relationship is proof positive that almost anyone, including cheating man with kids by multiple women, can find a mate.

24 Comments

  1. Joseline made a wise decision an im happy for the both.

  2. M.D.

    All I have to say is that all of the ladies on the show are beautiful black women. You all should hold your heads up high and stop the madness amongst each other. You have no idea how many young women, black, white, latino, asian that you influence. I get it, sex sells, drama sells, and we all need a paycheck, but be very true with yourselves and ask do you really need to put up with the drama and frustration that the environment creates? I would think NO. You all have successful business ventures and really don’t need a man at all to be a woman.

    One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that never have any of you, ladies and gentlemen, ever sat down and said “You know what, WE can run this place, just put our minds together”. To me it would be such success to see you all gather your millions of dollars together and just buy the TV station. Then create shows of empowerment for our young men and women.

    There are already enough stereotypes of us as it is. To me, showing your true colors does not help the situation. As far as the men on the show, PLEEEAAASSEEE just man up guys. Stop trying to be the player, pimp, hustla…It’s nothing to be proud of…REALLY..believe it or not. You have to remember that someday your children or your grandchildren will grow up in this world full of “ballers” and fall victim to the drama that you choose to create.

    I wish all of you well in your endeavors, but at some point the few African Americans that we do have out there with a little power have to put your foot down and say, THATS ENOUGH! God bless all of you for being inspirations to so many, but don’t be an inspiration in the wrong way.

  3. CRYSTAL

    PLEASE A REAL MAN WOULD NOT TAKE A WOMAN THRU WHAT HE HAS DONE TO MIMI AND JOSELINE THANK GOD EVE LEFT HIS ASS

  4. shayluv bright

    I REALLY love Stevie J and Josaline’s relationship….no man is single until him and the other really let go!!! MIMI GOT HURT BECAUSE SHE WAS A FORGIVING PERSON BLESS HER SOUL… STEVIE MIND WAS MADE UP THE DAY HE JUMPED IN HERNEDEZ BED WITHOUT THE TRUTH ABOUT HIS FAMILY MEANING HOUSEHOLD AND KID US LADIES NEED TO START LOOKING AT THINGS GROWNER AND POSTIVE BECAUSE THESE MENS GONE ALWAYS TEAM NEGTIVE UNTIL THEY READY TO COMMITE!!!!!!!!!!!!#LOVE URSELF FIRST AND EVERYTHING WILL FALL IN PLACE

  5. Lauren Wilson

    Cheating men with multiple kids have always had mates,nothing new their.

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