Amina Buddafly pregnant baby girl
“Love & Hip Hop: New York” star Amina Buddafly says she’s past her due date, still waiting to give birth to daughter Bronx. Pictured: Amina at the Billboard Grammy afterparty in West Hollywood, California, Jan. 26, 2014. Getty Images

It appears baby Bronx isn’t ready to make her grand entrance just yet. “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star Amina Buddafly was supposed to give birth to her baby girl last week, but her daughter still hasn’t arrived.

On Monday, the VH1 reality star posted an Instagram photo showing off her large baby bump revealing that she was “past due.”


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A few months ago, Amina revealed on Instagram that her baby was due to be born in July, the same month her now 2-year-old daughter Cori was born. However, baby Bronx’s birthday will now fall in August.

On Saturday, Amina reunited with her estranged husband Peter Gunz to celebrate their daughter Cori turning two. The pair didn’t pose for any photos together, but they both shared images from Cori’s birthday party on their respective Instagram pages. In one photo, Peter is seen taking a picture of him and Cori, who has cake frosting smeared across her face. In a video, the music producer sings happy birthday to his little girl as she munches on some cake.

Amina revealed in April that she had split from Peter. The announcement came shortly after Peter and his ex-girlfriend, Tara Wallace, welcomed their third child together. “At this moment, Peter and I are not together,” she told “I’m in L.A. and he’s in New York and we don’t live together and we’re not in a relationship, but are we done for good? Only time can tell.”

In June, Amina opened up about her pregnancy telling TMZ’s Rock Rants that she had gone through most of the pregnancy by herself because she and Peter live on separate coasts. “I’m sad sometimes,” she admitted. “But it also makes me feel strong. I’m OK, I can do it alone. It’s not something I wanted. But I rather this than stay where I was at; it wasn’t good.”