Brand new year, brand new opportunities, and Peter Gunz has reportedly nabbed a brand new bag, as the new host of the popular reality show, Cheaters.
The former Love & Hip Hop: New York star shared an image of him with the Cheater logo and the caption: "Who better to help you catch a cheater than Peter? Don't ask no questions just tune the f*ck in!!
His caption alludes to the love triangle involving Peter, Amina Buddafly, and his baby mama, Tara Wallace. Gunz's crazy storyline has viewers hooked - and his real-life drama continued to keep followers captivated long after his exit from the show.
Speaking to the VH1 show Unveiled in December 2019, Gunz expressed regret for his onscreen antics.
"The problem I had going on the show was that I knew I married Amina. Tara didn't know I married Amina," he said. "There's a million things I could point out with Amina that I feel bad about too, but I think Tara got the worst of it because I brought her on national TV and let a woman tell her that we were married. And that's something that I will always regret for the rest of my life."
"When I see clips of the show, it makes me cringe, and more than that, part of my fear is having to explain this to my sons and daughters when they get older," he said.
He says he was following in the footsteps of his father:
"Pretty much, what you see from me was my dad. My dad was engaged to a woman while he was with my mother," he said. "It wasn't just my dad, it was my uncles, friends' dads. It was normal as a child coming out that your dad had extracurricular activities going on with other people, so it was normal to me. Maybe it did affect me growing up."
Y'all looking forward to Cheaters coming back?