Diddy Rocked The Most Unusual Accessory To His Friend's Wedding In Brazil

The two couples were among the superstars at the A-list-packed after-party for super-manager Guy Oseary's vow renewals with Brazilian model Michelle Alves in Rio de Janeiro. Music mogul Diddy was seen with gf Cassie while comedian Chris Rock was with gf Megalyn Echikunwoke as they arrived for the bash. A host of  celebrities have descended on Rio de Janeiro for the $250,000 party, including Madonna, U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers band members, Chris Rock, Matthew McConaughey and others. gf CassieMegalyn Echikunwoke
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Diddy Rocked The Most Unusual Accessory To His Friend's Wedding In Brazil

A veil, but he's not the bride.

Published October 26, 2017

An eccentric mix of celebs descended upon the Christ the Reedemer statue in Rio for an unlikely wedding destination. Talent manager Guy Oseary, whose roster boasts a multitude of talents across different industries, got hitched to Brazilian model Michelle Alves.

But the gag is, they were already married! The duo wed in 2009 and were merely renewing their vows. However, that did not stop them from throwing an elaborate ceremony, valued at $250,000. Being rich sounds cool. Must be nice!

Peep Diddy in the red scarf, located in the second row.

Diddy was there, along with Cassie, and predictably pulled a Diddy for the umpteenth time. By that, we mean to say he stole the show. Too much sauce! We're not mad at it though.

The wedding in question was conducted in accordance with Jewish tradition, which states that men must wear head coverings as a sign of respect to god. Yarmulkes are typically worn to achieve this observance. They are also available in large quantities at any given Jewish service, especially weddings. Yarmulkes, however, were not shown on the episode of That's So Raven in which Cory throws himself a "bro mitzvah" — perhaps this is where Diddy got confused? In any event, he declined the invitation to wear a circle made of fabric on his keppy — that's Yiddish for head, folks — he respected the tradition by wearing a different type of head covering: a scarf.

Did it look crazy? Um...yeah. Can Diddy do whatever he wants considering he's Diddy? Also yes. Cassie, you looked cute, too, once we got past laughing at the scarf sitch for five minutes!

Mazel tov to the newly remarried couple!

Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Leo Marinho / Splash News)


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