Peter Gunz, Amina Buddafly disagree over having more kids


    Peter Gunz and Amina Buddafly had tongues wagging and heads shaking on season 3 of “Love & Hip Hop: New York.” From scandal and betrayal to pregnancies and emotional overloads, their storyline had it all. Find out what’s happened since the reunion show in the May 2014 issue of Sister 2 Sister, and check out the exclusive online outtake below.

    Amina’s carrying her husband’s child now, but are there more kids for this couple in the future? Plus, Peter talks about whether he is or isn’t returning for another season of “LHHNY.”


    Tracy: I know you haven’t had the first one yet, but are you thinking about more children one day? 

    Peter: Who, me? I’m getting a vasectomy!

    Amina: Oh my god! No, we argue about that. See, we argue because I’m always saying, “What if I want another child? What are we going to do? I’m going to have another child by somebody else.”

    Peter: No. [laughter] As hard and as hurtful as that sounds to me right now, that’s the only way. I’m not having any more kids.

    Amina: So you’re okay with me in the future having another child with somebody else?

    Peter: Hell no! But that’s more likely to happen than us having another child. Fact. I’m not having any more kids.

    Amina: Oh my god!

    Tracy: [laughs]

    Peter: The one in your belly is my grandkid. I’m making my own grandkids out here.

    Amina: I can’t believe you. [laughter]

    Peter: We can adopt somebody’s kids, but I’m not personally making any more babies. Yo, for the record, my family is supportive of it now, but when they first got the news that Amina was pregnant, nobody was jumping up clicking their heels. Like, “Yo, Peter, at some point you got to chill out. You can barely handle the ones you have.”

    Tracy: So how many kids do you have altogether, Peter? 

    Peter: This one will be eight.

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