PHOTOS Amina Buddafly gives birth to Peter Gunz’s daughter Bronx, his tenth child

Amina Buddafly daughter Bronx with Peter Gunz

Congratulations to Love & Hip Hop New York stars Peter Gunz and Amina Buddafly! The couple welcomed their second child together, a daughter named Bronx, and we already have our first picture:

Peter Gunz daughter Bronx with Amina Buddafly

Proud papa Peter shared the photo on Instagram and captioned it with “Welcome to Hollywood Queen Bronx… I’m in love.” Amina echoed Peter’s sentiments in a text graphic she posted earlier today that reads “I woke up in love this morning.”

Little Bronx joins big sister Cori, who just turned two years old on July 29. In addition to her full sibling Cori, Bronx also has eight half siblings courtesy of his dad, the youngest of which is Tara Wallace’s son Gunner Ethan, born in February. (Click here for a full list of all of Peter Gunz’s children that we know of, minus Bronx.)

So far there has been no official reaction to Bronx’s birth from Tara Wallace on social media.

UPDATE – Here’s another photo of Peter and Bronx from Twitter:

Amina and Peter’s little bundle of joy arrives just after Amina shared a much larger bundle of joy in the form of a not SFW photo of Peter Gunz’s peter gun. Although Amina has since deleted — and apologized for — the now-infamous Peter Gunz scrotograph, I thought I would wrap up this post with a slightly edited version, courtesy of The Shade Room:

#PostAndDelete: #AminaBuddafly may have posted the reason why #PeterGunz is such a hot commodity on #LHHNY ???…

A photo posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on

Ummmmmm… ??

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  • pmo

    would have been #11 is amina hadnt aborted, these people r so pathetic.

    • Shay

      What is it with the people on these shows mating like wild animals? Alot of them have multiple baby mommas or daddies.

  • twelfthnight

    That’s so gross. People like the Duggars can’t manage to properly spend enough one-on-one time with even half of their children, let alone this dude with who knows how many baby mamas trying to coordinate schedules.

    • LoLo

      I agree. My grandparents had 12 kids together. My grandmother would tell me her only regret was not being able to spend more quality time with each child. But it was back in the 40’s & she was being a “good Catholic”. Peter has kids all over the place & I would bet goes months without seeing some of them. He probably focuses more on the little ones. It’s sad, not only do these kids not have a “normal” father relationship, they don’t have the “normal” brother/sister relationship with their siblings.

  • Alisson Leech