Rapper Remy Ma finally got the wedding of her dreams. The 35-year-old star of VH1's "Love & Hip Hop: New York" Season 6 and her husband, Papoose, exchanged vows (again) at the Aria wedding and banquet venue in Connecticut.
Remy Ma and Papoose initially wed in 2008, but the nuptials were far from romantic. During the Season 6 premiere of the show, Remy Ma said she and Papoose had to exchange vows over the phone because she was in prison at the time. The "Conceited" rapper was released in August 2014 after serving a little over six years behind bars.
On episode 1, Remy Ma told Papoose she wanted to have an actual wedding ceremony with her family and friends in attendance. As the two were scoping out wedding venues, the “Current Events” rapper dropped to one knee and proposed to her again.
According to XXL, the pair celebrated their love with a star-studded ceremony Thursday. Reportedly, the wedding will air on an upcoming episode of "Love & Hip Hop: New York."
Several of Remy Ma's co-stars were at the ceremony, including Yandy Smith and her husband, Mendeecees Harris, Young B, Cardi B and Rich Dollaz. Show creator Mona Scott-Young was also spotted at the wedding, as well as rapper Fat Joe, Ice-T and Keyshia Cole.
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Last year, Remy Ma opened up about how she and Papoose were able to make their relationship work even though she was gone for so long. Speaking to Sister 2 Sister (via BET) the rapper revealed her beau came to visit her in prison every day the first year she was away.
"In a marriage you get a visit 8:30 in the morning until 3:30, Monday through Friday. Then your weekends alternate," she explained. "And he was there. If you saw my first year, every single day, Monday [through] Friday — canceling whatever he had to do for shows and interviews — he was staying in that prison with me from 8:30 in the morning to 3:30."
She added, "He proved me and everybody else wrong. After that first year or two I was like, 'All right, it's no need for me to worry anymore; he's definitely in it for the long run.' And it's obvious how much he loves me. I never have to question that."
As previously reported, this season of "Love & Hip Hop: New York" will follow Remy Ma as she transitions to life outside of prison. Fans will also see her working to get her music career started again.
"Love & Hip Hop: New York" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on VH1.