Bronx legend and reality TV star Peter Gunz, who is best known for his Billboard breaking hit “Deja Vu (Uptown Baby),” and his stint on Love & Hip Hop New York, has made another groundbreaking move by becoming the first African American host for the hit show Cheaters.
He joins Tommy Habeeb, Joey Greco, and Clark James Gable in a prestigious line of men who have hosted the show. Cheaters is a weekly syndicated American hidden camera reality television series that has been on the air for over fifteen years, about people suspected of committing adultery, or cheating, on their partners. Investigations are headed by the “Cheaters Detective Agency.”
Adding Gunz infectious and vibrant energy has a host for such a successful and landmark series for national television marks a victory for both parties. For Peter Gunz, he becomes a prominent figure in African American History by adding to the ever-growing list of first-timers in entertainment!
In terms of Cheaters, taking on an iconic figure in the history of New York City and Hip Hop speaks volumes in making television more inclusive and diverse for all races and genders.
Overall, Peter Gunz and Cheaters both combine to create a crucial moment in history that you can catch on television very soon. No official release date for the show has been set.
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