Philadelphia, PA – Lil Uzi Vert really does do what he wants — and that includes crashing weddings.
Back in August, Baby Pluto made headlines after he popped up at a Palestinian couple’s wedding ceremony held in New Jersey, where he was seen dancing joyously with wedding guests while donning a traditional black keffiyeh around his neck.
It appears attending international weddings is becoming something of a hobby for Lil Uzi Vert, who made an appearance at a Cambodian couple’s wedding ceremony in his hometown of Philadelphia on Saturday (October 9).
The Eternal Atake rapper was seen having fun on the dance floor as he busted a few moves to Cambodian music, before pulling a stack of money out of his pocket and gifting the happy couple with thousands of dollars.
Uzi was also filmed entertaining the wedding guests by spitting a quick freestyle and hugging the newly weds as he offered his congratulations.
Lil Uzi Vert attended a Cambodian couple’s wedding and gifted them with cash ?
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Lil Uzi Vert really pulling up to everyone’s wedding ? pic.twitter.com/We6i8T1wIs
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This time, however, Lil Uzi Vert was invited to the wedding — as the bride made clear on Instagram. It’s unclear how he knows the couple, though.
“Cheney&Rachatna wedding Oct9th,2021 wakanda4eva love y’all #family4eva,” she captioned a slideshow of wedding photos while clarifying, “Vert was invited, he didn’t crash the wedding.”
Meanwhile, in Lil Uzi Vert’s own love life, it appears things between him and City Girls star JT are back on after the couple sparked breakup rumors in August. Uzi and JT apparently unfollowed each other on Instagram as Baby Pluto all but wiped his IG page.
On the music side, Lil Uzi Vert is currently readying the release of his eagerly anticipated new album The Pink Tape, which he recently told HipHopDX is “going through its mixing process.”
Whereas last year’s Eternal Atake took an experimental approach to its mix, Uzi revealed this new project will be “experimental with the music and traditional on the mixing.”