Which R&B Artist Did Erica Mena Say Co-Star Amina Buddafly Is Most Like?
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Which R&B Artist Did Erica Mena Say Co-Star Amina Buddafly Is Most Like?

There were quite a few bombshells that dropped on Love & Hip Hop Season 4, and one of the biggest had to have been Peter Gunz’s secret marriage to Amina Buddafly, while still dating (and living with) his girlfriend/baby mama, Tara Wallace. At the time of filming, his then archnemesis, Erica Mena, had tons to say about his “messy situation,” and even compared Amina to a well-known musician with her own share of drama.

Erica was pretty public with her comparison, which of course caused quite a few eyebrows to raise. When Wetpaint Entertainment asked Viggle LIVE! users which artist Amina was compared to, we were pleasantly surprised that most people got it right!

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60 percent of the users correctly guessed Alicia Keys as the culprit, while 23 percent guessed Tamar Braxton, and 16 percent guessed K. Michelle.

Now, if you’re wondering why Erica would ever compare Alicia to Amina, well aside from the fact that both women married men who are also in the music industry, Alicia was also rumored to have gotten with her now husband, Swizz Beatz, while he was still married to the mother of his eldest children.

Not only did Erica make a split of Amina and Alicia on Instagram, she spoke to Juicy magazine, dishing: “Let’s not forget Alicia Keys did the same thing but no one bashes her. It’s not talked about because it’s all about how the story gets put out there, but it’s the same scenario. The only thing difference is Alicia Keys really did know he was married.”

While we’ll never know the real story behind Alicia’s romance with Swizz, the world definitely knows about Amina and Peter!

Do you think Amina Buddafly and Alicia Keys may have been in similar circumstances? Sound off in the comments below!

02.13.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
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