Cardi B just officiated a wedding and now that's the only way we'll get married

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Photo credit: Cardi Tries - Facebook
Photo credit: Cardi Tries - Facebook

Ahead of this week's National Coming Out Day (11 October), Cardi B revealed she officiated a same-sex wedding as part of her Cardi Tries online series. And yep, thats the ~only~ way we want to get married now too.

In the clip, Cardi B surprised the brides by officiating their 'pop-up' wedding, with the help of former Disney star, Raven-Symoné, who acted as the couple's ring bearer. "You guys are probably wondering why I’m here — I’m gonna get these two beautiful ladies married," the Up singer said to the crowd as she waved her officiant's card.

"[It’s] not only a special day for you guys. It’s a special day for me, and I want to thank you guys for making me a part of your beautiful journey," she told the newlyweds. "By the power vested in me by the State of California and my online course I now pronounce you wife and wife," the then-pregnant musician excitedly announced.

"I want to get married again," the 29-year-old said as she watched the happy couple, "But it’s not about me." The singer slash rapper married her partner, Offset, in a secret ceremony in 2017.

Speaking about the importance of celebrating the LGBTQ+ community, Raven-Symoné (who married her partner Miranda Pearman-Maday last year) said: "It’s National Coming Out Day which we all know is a layered journey for many people in the LGBTQ+ community."

She continued, "Being a part of a same-sex marriage is important so that people see that there's differences [from heterosexual unions], obviously, but there are also similarities."

So Cardi, when can we book you?

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