Let’s drop the gist as it is. On College Hill: Celebrity Edition, Joseline Hernandez and Amber Rose fought after Hernandez told Rose she wanted to be a “white girl.”
According to media reports, on the most recent episode of College Hill: Celebrity Edition on BET+, a class discussion regarding ethnic identity unexpectedly devolved into physical contact when Hernandez expressed to Rose that she “really wants to be a white girl.”
When Amber used the term “whities” to characterize Caucasians during her perspective-sharing with the class, Hernandez took a brief moment to gaze at Amber, which caused the situation to become quite heated. Because she identifies as a Black and white woman and is multiracial, the former SlutWalk ambassador didn’t like that.
Hernandez apologized for doing that, and Rose accepted the apology, so the dialogue seemed to turn for the better until Hernandez said,
“If you felt like I singled you out, I apologize…I didn’t mean to do that,” “I consider you a Black person like myself. A lot of people do that to me. They’re like, ‘OK, she’s Spanish; she’s not Black.”
The former video vixen forgave Hernandez, but she didn’t like her telling her that she only perceives her as a Black woman because she isn’t. The 39-year-old had once said she considers herself white, not black. Rose said,
“Joseline, stop identifying me. Let me identify myself and then let you know what that is,”
Unfortunately, the situation negatively escalated because despite what Rose said, Hernandez kept saying she was Black, leading her to tell Rose to “check me,” and then Hernandez said.
“You know what your problem is?! Your problem is that you really want to be a white girl,” the TV personality told her housemate. “Let’s just get down to the point.” “Your problem is that you don’t even want to really be Black.”
The two got into a brawl that viewers could only hear because BET+ didn’t air it after Amber Rose was enraged by Hernandez’s remark and got up from her chair and attacked her. Instead, during the incident, the network released a statement. The statement read,
“Out of respect for all parties involved, we have chosen not to show this fight,” “College Hill and ASU do not condone violence of any kind.”
Despite the fight not being shown on the network, the beginning of it was captured in an online image. Producers decided it was time for the former Atlanta stripper to pack her bags and go after the unexpected occurrences.