Heartwarming Picture Shows Jermaine Dupri Walking Da Brat Down The Aisle At Her Wedding
Jermaine Dupri and Da Brat proved their timeless friendship still stands after the producer walked the “Funkdafied” rapper down the aisle at her wedding on Tuesday.
According to People, Da Brat exchanged vows with her fiance Jesseca “Judy” Dupart in a fairy-tale-like ceremony. The Brat Loves Judy couple arrived to the ceremony in horse-drawn carriages before walking down the aisle to Luther Vandross’ “Here and Now.” Dupart chose to walk with her brother Damon Dupart Sr.
Da Brat’s sister LisaRaye was a bridesmaid at the wedding. The rapper also decided to partake in the traditional father-daughter dance with Rickey Smiley. Keith Sweat and Le’Andria Johnson performed at the reception.
Da Brat and Dupri have maintained a friendship that’s spanned decades. The two have worked together for years, collaborating on major hits like her 1994 album Funkdafied. In a previous interview, Da Brat told Tamron Hall Dupri has never given intimate details on her love life to the press in the past. However, he finally opened up about his feelings on her dating life once she came out as a lesbian.
“To see her in this space of just comfort, it just allows me to know that — it’s almost back to the same space that she was in when I first met her. She’s, at this point, invincible, and she can do whatever she wants to do,” Dupri told Hall after joining the conversation, per Hot 97. “I’m very happy to see that she’s in a comfortable space and just happy.”
Da Brat acknowledged his remarks on her love life, saying it was “the first time I have ever heard JD mention anything, ever, in my whole life about who I’m dating, what I’m doing, who I’m seeing.”
“They reached out to him to comment when I came out, he turned them down, he wasn’t doing interviews, he really doesn’t interfere with my life. He lets me live and do whatever it is I need to do to make myself happy,” she said, according to Hot 97.
Da Brat and Dupart, who got married on Feb. 22, revealed there was a special reason behind the date of their wedding.
“We’ve been calling each other twin flames for a while. So this date, 2/22/22, is a significant event. We just didn’t want to miss it because it comes once in a lifetime,” Dupart said, People reports. “It’s relevant. It’s just real significant to our relationship. It signifies angel numbers, and it also is reminiscent of twin flames.”
“One thing we did not want to do was make this big thing for everybody else — and we do [that] a lot. We show up to everybody. We do a lot for everybody. We wanted this to be our moment. We want to enjoy it,” Dupart added. “We want to show up, express how much we love each other in front of people that we love, but then actually have fun, and just love each other.”
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