LHNNY’s Peter Gunz & Cisco Rosado Fight Over Cisco’s Super Bowl Sleepover With Amina Buddafly
Is the “Creep Squad” a thing of the past? Things turned violent on Monday night’s (March 9) episode of “Love and Hip-Hop: New York” when Rich Dollaz orchestrated revenge on his fellow “Creep Squad” brother, Cisco Rosado. Rich Dollaz conveniently let a secret slip that Peter Gunz‘s ex-wife – singer, Amina Buddafly – spent a night at Cisco Rosado’s home in Atlanta during 2019’s Super Bowl festivities.
The conversation went as followed:
“Peter Gunz: No secrets, man. You gotta be transparent.
Rich Dollaz: N*ggas keep talking about transparency. When you gon’ tell this n*gga Amina stayed with you last Super Bowl? She came to Atlanta and stayed with Cisco.
Cisco Rosado: Yo, Rich? Really?”
Once Rich and Cisco squash their beef, Rich spills the tea on a situation between Amina and Cisco that leaves Peter feeling betrayed. ???
— Love & Hip Hop (@loveandhiphop) March 10, 2020
This is the excerpt that led to a violent scuffle between Peter and Cisco:
“Peter Gunz: Hold on, is it true? Did that happen?
Cisco: I ran into her at a Super Bowl party. She was with her friend. Her friend left her. I was like, ‘Well, alright. Let’s make sure we find your friend so that you can get back to the hotel. She couldn’t find her friend, then her phone died and she had no place to stay. So I said, ‘Yo, if you want, man, you can stay at my- I got a big house.’ And that’s it. Nothing happened. That’s like a sister to me…
Peter: So let me ask you this. So I can call your baby moms right now and tell her to come stay with me for the weekend? ‘Cause I could do that. You know I can.
Cisco: That’s the mother of my kids, Peter. I don’t play that sh*t. You don’t cross that line on me, Peter.”
Peter took to Instagram with this post. Is it a subliminal response to their on-air fight?
Yikes! Should Cisco have allowed Amina to spend the night at his home considering his friendship with Peter Gunz? Let us know what you think in the comments.
Written by Miata Shanay