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Kal Penn Wants Rapper Cardi B to Officiate his ‘Big Ass Indian Wedding’ With Fiancé Josh Hall

Kal Penn Wants Rapper Cardi B to Officiate his ‘Big Ass Indian Wedding’ With Fiancé Josh Hall

  • The internet celebrity, who is legally ordained to conduct a marriage, is on board.

Kal Penn wants to have a “big ass Indian wedding” with his fiancé Josh Hall and wants Cardi B to officiate. And the rapper is on board. 

The conversation began with a Nov. 3 tweet by Penn. “Cardi B was on my flight to LA,” he wrote. “I fell asleep and had a dream that she officiated our wedding on the plane and the three of us walked out of LAX holding hands.”

She responded to the tweet. “First, why didn’t you say hi! Second, I’m licensed to do that sooo……..let me know.”

According to People, Cardi B previously officiated a same-sex wedding with Raven-Symoné and Miranda Pearman-Maday last month as part of her Facebook Watch series Cardi Tries. 

“The Harold and Kumar” actor was clearly excited by Cardi B’s offer. “You’re the best,” he tweeted. “Was gonna say hi but didn’t want to be disrespectful (your do not disturb light was on). But holy s**t let’s do it! We’re down if you’re down!”

Recently, the 44-year-old Indian American actor, college instructor, and former White House staffer revealed that he was gay and that he and Josh just celebrated their 11th-anniversary last month. 

In the interview, ahead of the Nov. 2 release of his memoir, “You Can’t Be Serious,” Penn told People that he met and fell in love with Josh, when he was living in Washington D.C., and working in the Obama administration. “I discovered my own sexuality relatively late in life compared to many other people,” Penn told People. “There’s no timeline on this stuff. People figure their s**t out at different times in their lives, so I’m glad I did when I did.”

He also told the magazine that the couple is having a “big disagreement” on whether to have a “huge wedding or a tiny wedding.” Penn admitted he wants “the big ass Indian wedding. But Josh “hates attention,” Penn said, adding that his fiancé would prefer “a quick 20-minute thing” with their families. “So we have to meet halfway in the middle.”

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