Peter and Rich meet up to hear Amina play and that’s when Peter lets his pal know “I feel like I’m falling in love with my artist.”
Rich, Mr. Been There Done That, advises against this. “You know how ridiculous you sound right now?? Come on, Gunz. You slippin’, baby!”
“This is way messier than anything I would even contemplate getting myself into,” Rich says. And that’s BEFORE he finds out that, yeah, Peter and Amina are married.
When Rich tells Amina to play her position and Tara’s the wifey, Amina puts Rich in his place, telling him “That’s not f—ing wifey. I’m the wifey, if you knew already. He didn’t tell you that he married me?” Nope, he did not. And to prove it, she’s got some ink to make it official.
“That’s my name.” And with that, this show just became the TV equivalent of a bowl of Total. Just one episode of Love & Hip Hop has more crazy packed into it than six episodes of any other leading TV program.