Joseline Hernandez, star of Vh1’s Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, recently ‘came out’ as bisexual after being asked by a fan how she feels about gay people.

Hernandez, a former dancer, has spoken about her sexuality and open relationships more and more in recent weeks. She reportedly talked about her relationship with co-star music mogul Stevie J on a Hot 97 radio show:

“I’m not really tripping about what Stevie do because I love women to0,” Hernandez said. “If he wants to go have fun, then you know I’ll be right there with him.”


Not sure we really want to count Joseline as a win for ‘team bisexual’ just yet. Or do we?

Don’t call it “coming out” for R&B singer Monifah.

The star of the new TV One series R&B Divas told Essence that that isn’t how she’d describe what she did by revealing that she’s dating a woman. “I hate the term,” she says, “because I’ve never been anything but who I am, and I’ve lived my authentic life.”

What do folks think? From Frank Ocean to R&B singer Monifah, with all these quasi-celebs publicly claiming their truths, is “coming out” the new cool or just becoming less taboo?

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