After seven years together, Gucci Mane and his fiancée Keyshia Ka’oir tied the knot on live television at the Four Seasons Miami. Hosted by Karrueche Tran and Kendall Kyndall, The Mane Event kicked off with a live broadcast of the wedding ceremony on BET, and will be followed by 9 more episodes chronicling every diamond-encrusted detail leading up to the nuptials.

After sharing numerous photos of an extravagant rehearsal dinner, and the custom turquoise Rolls-Royce Wraith gifted to Mrs. Davis by Mr. Davis, the couple’s famous friends showed up for the wedding ceremony on October 17. The white carpet appearances and interviews were interspersed with highlight reels from the couple’s relationship, and previews of the upcoming episodes of the 10-part BET special.

The bride and groom were not the only guests wearing all-white outfits; every guest invited to the lavish ceremony adhered to the monochromatic dress code as well. Fellow Atlanta superstar and self-proclaimed “King of the Teens” Lil Yachty made an appearance with his mom, citing Gucci Mane as one of his biggest musical influences, and was later joined by 2 Chainz, who appeared with his wife to give well wishes to the newlyweds on the white carpet. Diddy (once upon a time a famous thrower of all-white parties), Rick Ross, and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak were also in attendance.

Gucci Mane made an entrance to Bruno Mars’ top-40 bop “That’s What I Like,” sporting a white diamond bowtie that matched not only his dazzling smile, but also Ka’oir’s jeweled headdress and bouquet, and Kelly Clarkson’s “A Moment Like This” played as the rest of the wedding party walked down the aisle. Ka’oir then made her appearance to the soundtrack of Patti Labelle’s “If Only You Knew” before the couple exchanged their vows and pledged to be lifetime partners.

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