Amina Buddafly confirmed she and husband Peter Gunz are having a baby girl. The “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star and mother of one revealed the news Friday on Instagram.

Sharing a sonogram photo taken in January, Amina wrote, “#BabyBX (when we found out it’s a girl 1/26).” Amina didn’t reveal whether she and Peter have a name picked out yet, but the rapper told fans in an Instagram comment Thursday that they were naming their daughter Bronx.


#babyBX ❤️ (when we found out its a girl _ 01/26)

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In a recent interview with VladTV, Peter dished on Amina’s pregnancy announcement, which happened during the Season 6 reunion, telling the outlet that he thinks his wife may have considered terminating the pregnancy.

As previously reported, Amina revealed on a past episode of “Love & Hip Hop: New York” that she had an abortion because she didn’t want to bring a child into her, Peter and Tara Wallace’s love triangle. Peter admitted to cheating with Tara, and things escalated between the trio when Tara revealed she was pregnant with her and Peter’s third child.  

“We didn’t know she was pregnant when I got the vasectomy,” he said. “We were both in shock. And I think, and I don’t know if she would ever say this publicly, and I don’t feel right saying it publicly, but I feel like she was contemplating having another termination because it was just overwhelming … but I think she looked at Cori [his 1-year-old daughter with Amina] and looked at Tara having a baby and said no I’m gonna keep it.”

Peter continued, “I look forward to meeting the baby, and kissing the baby feet.”

Amina opened up about her abortion telling VladTV in February that she “messed up” and should have waited to make a decision until she was calmer.

“I should have just kept quiet about it and said nothing,” she explained. “Now I got something that people bash me for that I’m not proud of myself. I definitely regretted it. On the show it seemed like, ‘Oh, this is what I needed to do, and I feel good about it.’ I didn’t feel good about it. I cried for months about it.”

She added, “I actually look at it as a mistake now. I messed up … I was very emotional and should have just waited until my mind was clear.”