Amina Buddafly’s daughter Cori will soon have a sister to play with. The “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star, who announced her pregnancy during the Season 6 reunion, is expecting a baby girl named Bronx.

According to the Shade Room, Amina’s husband Peter Gunz revealed the news on Instagram while commenting on a photo she posted flaunting her bare baby bump. “Queen Cori kissing Queen Bronx,” he wrote in the comments. The pair have not revealed the due date, but baby Bronx will be Peter’s tenth child.


Well it looks like #Amina and #PeterGunz are having another girl!

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Peter opened up about Amina’s pregnancy during an interview with VladTV Wednesday, saying that it caught both of them by surprise.

“We didn’t know she was pregnant when I got the vasectomy,” he admitted. “Someone called me the other day and said the way Amina worded things on her Instagram, it seemed like we planned it … No, it wasn’t planned. We were both in shock.”

Peter admitted that he thinks his wife considered having another abortion — as documented on the VH1 show, she terminated a second pregnancy — but decided to go through with it.

“I don’t know if she would ever say this publicly and I don’t feel right saying it publicly,” he said. “But I feel like she was contemplating having another termination because it was just overwhelming… but I think she looked at Cori and looked at Tara having a baby and said no I’m gonna keep it. And I look forward to meeting the baby.”

As previously reported, Amina and Tara Wallace feuded all season over their love triangle with Peter and Tara’s pregnancy. While at a Hollywood movie premiere, Amina dished on her relationship with Tara telling Hip Hollywood that she doesn’t like how fake Tara has been with her.

“She’s been very fake to me and she’s just not admitted to the fact that she’s still holding on and she’s not moving on [from Peter],” Amina said. “She’s put up this image of being the one who left the triangle and it’s not really true.”

Amina’s friend, Erica Mena, jumped in saying that it’s good “people are starting to see [Tara’s] fakeness.”