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Yung Joc And Kendra Robinson’s Wedding Was Shockingly Interrupted By A Guest Without A Dress Memo—Watch!

The 'Love & Hip Hop' stars are officially married, and we have highlights from the star-studded event.

Yung Joc and attorney Kendra Robinson are officially married! The couple exchanged vows in front of their closest friends and family members on Sunday (Nov. 7), and lucky for you, we have a few highlights from the star-studded event.

While there is not much footage available from the lovely nuptials, we were able to piece together some of the best moments from the night. To start, let's get into the wedding gown worn by Kendra. The stunning white gown featured a layer of perfectly crafted tulle to ensure she made a grand entrance into the decorated venue. The groom looked equally stylish in a dapper black tux.

Amongst the celebrity attendees included the couple’s Love & Hip Hop co-stars Erica Mena, Safaree, Momma Dee, Sierra Gates, and Spice, along with lovebirds Kirk and Rasheeda Frost and Yandy and Mendeecees.

“Joc is getting married y’all, it’s official,” Mena shared in one of the clips. “He is off the market, ladies. That’s right, Kendra!”

In true Joc humor, the rapper and reality star posted a hilarious sketch depicting what happened when his buddies evidently missed the dress code message for the formal event. “When Drip goes to Yung Joc wedding goes wrong,” he captioned the Instagram clip.

The pair later disrupted the ceremony with an awkwardly hilarious objection. Watch the shocking interruption below!

Of course, cameras were rolling for the memorable moment. It should definitely make for some good TV. In the meantime, join us in congratulating Yung Joc and Kendra Robinson on their union!

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