Newlyweds of St. Louis viral gay wedding set record straight about ceremony

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- The viral wedding of Shaquile and DaJuan Ivory-Reed has been growing in the cyber world and the two stopped by the studio to talk about their unique themed wedding.

The two men from St. Louis gave their vows on September 13th. They played trap music as the "groomsmaids" walked the aisle, and they've got people talking, both good and bad. They specifically wanted to defend the comments of people calling the wedding "ratchet," but instead focusing on having fun. They addressed how the viral video has increased their popularity within the St. Louis community, and how they will continue to bring light for the gay community.

A friend of the grooms, Reece Neil posted the video to Facebook, so far this video has been viewed over 1.5 millions times.

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