On Love & Hip Hop, Stevie J is upset because his wife Joseline is working with other producers. “I want Stevie J to be upset,” she tells the camera. “I’m taking matters into my own hands.” The first thing she does is meet with the people who run Philadelphia’s Gayborhood. They suggest that she perform at their annual benefit event (all proceeds go to The Trevor Project) but they want to make sure she’s doing it for the right reasons. Not just to promote herself and her new song, “Church”.
Joseline takes that as a cue to talk about her sexuality. She then says she’s bisexual but for some reason she uses a French accent. (Like when someone says Tarzhay instead of Target.) “I’m all for the LGBT community, because I’m one of them,” she says. Joseline explains how tough it was growing up poor in Puerto Rico, stripping when she was 16, and being gay, “I was with girls and men. It was really difficult for me. My mother went off on me.” Luckily, Joseline offers a little comic relief by admitting, “I never thought of killing myself because I thought I was too cute.” The promoters buy her story. Love & Hip Hop airs Mondays at 8pm on VH1.