Ciara and Russell Wilson DEADED plans to marry in North Carolina due to anti-LGBT laws


Though Ciara and Russell Wilson exchanged vows on the seemingly enchanted grounds of Cheshire’s Peckforton Castle last month, the Hollywood honeys’ initial plans to tie the knot in North Carolina were quelled by the state’s super messy anti-LGBT laws…

As fans of the 27-year-old NFL zaddy and his 30-year-old R&B booming bride continue hitting the “1, 2, Step,” in celebration of the pair’s marital bliss, the mastermind behind their wedding day, Mindy Weiss, recently revealed the UGLY side of orchestrating CiCi and Russ’ shockingly beautiful ceremony.
“I did the whole thing — three times,” Mindy spilled to The Knot.
“They were first getting married in North Carolina, but they called it off due to the transgender bathroom laws,” she revealed before explaining that the couple’s plan B location, Paris, was also axed…due to the city of lights’ [Couture] Fashion Week.

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Luckily for Mindy and the Wilsons, England served as the ideal backdrop for the couple’s fairy-tale like nuptials…with no major political issues or week-long fashion extravaganzas to dampen their day in the sun…


The “And I” chanteuse and her new hubby aren’t the only heavyweights who’ve opted to SWERVE North Carolina due its controversial laws prohibiting transgender Americans the right to use certain public restrooms.


The National Basketball Association pulled February’s scheduled All-Star Game from Charlotte, relocating the festivities to New Orleans, Louisiana.
In the same way, megastars such as Bruce Springsteen, Demi Lovato, and Nick Jonas have all skipped tour stops in the Tar Heel state.

Though neither Russell nor Ciara have spilled on moving their wedding out of N.C., the star quarterback recently spoke about the importance of all people coming together to promote societal change.
“Well I think we all have a responsibility,” he said at Seahawks training camp last month. “It’s not just on athletes, it’s not just on coaches, it’s not just on anybody in particular. It’s on all of us. I think ultimately it comes down to love and appreciating one another and respect for one another.”

By : Asia Grace

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