Joseline Hernandez Slams Kylie Jenner on ‘The Real’: “She Copies Me”

Don’t try to steal her style!

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star and new mommy Joseline Hernandez really came for the Jenners and the Kardashians. The self-proclaimed Puerto Rican Princess is a guest co-host on The Real this week and during the show’s girl chat segment on the Monday, May 1 episode, she did not hold back any of her feelings about the reality TV family’s style.

The 30-year-old had a chance to weigh in on a recent “Who Wore It Better” debate after fashion blog Baller Alert posted a side-by-side photo of her and Kylie wearing the same pair of purple Knife over-the-knee boots by Balenciaga — which goes for $1,395 retail.

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“Well first of all, I’m her mama. She’s my daughter, okay?” Joseline said, immediately throwing shade at the 19-year-old. “She copies me, Kim [Kardashian] copies me — all of them copy me. I’m going to tell you where real street style comes from — the real street style comes from the streets. The girls like me. The girls that [are] fly. The girls that don’t have that much money to be able to afford $2,000 boots.”

She went on to explain that when she was growing up in Puerto Rico and Miami, she didn’t have a lot of money to spend on designer clothes and shoes — so she had to work with what she had in order to put together her best looks.

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The mom of one — who just welcomed her first child Bonnie Bella with on-again, off-again love Stevie J — is constantly posting photos of her looks on Instagram. She loves to flaunt her style — which is always super sexy and revealing.

“I’m a fashionista I don’t really ever make the blogs but all the girls that made the blogs — they copy off my stuff,” she continued. “I mean, really — all the girls follow me, all the rappers, and the singers, and the Instagram girls. This is what they want to be.”

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