Should Love & Hip Hop’s Amina Buddafly Stay With Peter Gunz?
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Should Love & Hip Hop’s Amina Buddafly Stay With Peter Gunz?

Part 2 of the Love & Hip Hop Season 4 left fans shocked, especially when newcomer Amina Buddafly dropped the bomb that she was expecting her first child with her husband, Peter Gunz. Peter’s reaction to the news wasn’t altogether welcoming — in fact, the pop-to-be walked off stage! When reunion show host Mo’Nique asked Amina if she was going to stay with her husband, she said that she couldn’t handle the situation anymore, but ultimately seemed confused.

Well, Amina, the users at Viggle LIVE! have your back. When Wetpaint Entertainment asked Viggle LIVE! users if they thought she should stay with Peter, the response was overwhelming.

A staggering 73 percent of users said that Amina should leave Peter and move on with her life, while only 27 percent thought that Amina should stay put and work things out with her fidelity-challenged beau.

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When Wetpaint Entertainment exclusively spoke to Amina back in December (just a week before the taping of the reunion show), the reality star told us that while she was fearful that Peter would cheat on her again, she’s having a hard time saying goodbye. “I live in the moment with him,” she said. “I love this man, so until I experience it first hand, I don’t think I’ll be able let him go.

Despite Amina’s confusion during the reunion, it appears that she’s found some clarity and has chosen to stay with her hubby — and from the current looks of things, they seem to be doing fine. The star even took Instagram on February 3 to post a photo of herself and her hubby smooching it up with the caption: “#welookgood.”

We’re wishing the best for this growing family!

Do you think Amina Buddafly should stay with Peter Gunz? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

02.11.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
Related: Viggle, Features, Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, Urban

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