Take that, Peter Gunz and Amina Buddafly! Love & Hip Hop: New York star Tara Wallace has never looked better after giving birth to her son, Gunner, in February 2016 — and she exclusively revealed to In Touch how she got her pre-baby body back. Watch the video to find out her weight loss tips!
Tara shares three sons, Jamison, Kaz, and Gunner with Peter — who is set to appear on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars with his wife, Amina, this upcoming season. Tara also revealed to In Touch that she was invited to join them, but decided against it. “I was like, ‘No, you guys do that on your own. I’m okay.’ You may see an appearance from me, a little snippet,” she teased at Posh Kids and the Lupus Foundation of America‘s #WalkForACause presentation, presented by Teen Mom 2 star Briana DeJesus and Astra of 92.3 AMP radio.
The reality star made it sound like she is done with her ex’s games for good when asked if she felt they could have benefitted from some boot camp — and even revealed she is seeing someone new these days. “I think that if someone is really ready to change and work on serious relationships and grow up, maybe,” she said of Peter. “But I think that sometimes when people grow up, you guys don’t really grow up together — and maybe that change just didn’t happen with us and I’m okay with that at this point. But good luck to them.”
According to a press release, “The Lupus Foundation of America is the only national force devoted to solving the mystery of lupus, one of the world’s cruelest, most unpredictable, and devastating diseases while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. We envision a life free of lupus. The mission is to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, support, and advocacy.”
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“The Lupus Foundation of America implements programs of research, education, and advocacy in order to help solve the cruel mystery of lupus. The Foundation’s officers, advisors, and staff set goals and agendas to meet the most urgent challenges in lupus research and treatment.”
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