There is no greater gift for Amina Buddafly than her kids. The recording artist took to Instagram to celebrate her birthday and family earlier this week.

Amina uploaded video footage of her oldest daughter, Cori, rendering the Birthday Song to mom on her special day. Cori held a tailor-made gift for Amina that she crafted with her own two hands. "Woke up to this love," Amina told Instagram fans. "Thank you my Cori (@iamcorigunz). Best gift are my kids."

Woke up to this ❤️Thank you my Cori (@iamcorigunz) ❣best gift are my kids ? always???

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It was just last year that Amina Buddafly and husband Peter Gunz welcomed their second child, Bronx. The little one came months after Amina and Peter announced their expectancy during an unforgettable moment on Love & Hip Hop. Co-star Tara Wallace was celebrating her expectancy with Peter when Amina revealed that she was also pregnant with the recording artist's child.

I'm late but um yea my baby is 8months old ?❤ #babyBX

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"It’s just embarrassing because of what people think," Amina told VH1 after the explosive reunion episode. "Both Peter and Tara have always said they’re not together anymore. I’m not stupid like everyone thinks so I know that actions speak louder than words. Over and over again actions prove that they are not over. It just sucks that they lie, especially her because we all know Peter lies a lot, but she couldn’t be honest about it and said that she’s not moving on. I just, that’s the problem I have."

Cori turns 3-years-old in July. Bronx celebrates her first birthday in April. Check out the little one making music with mom below!

#nogood from my album #MYmusic ❤️

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