Papoose was not charged after he voluntarily surrendered the key to authorities. He was quickly ushered out of the jail and never made it to the Rose M. Singer chapel where the two were set to say their "I dos."
Now, I know I ain't the only person who laughed out loud after reading the aforementioned foolishness.
SOURCE: The New York Daily News.
According to Gothamist.com, rappers Remy Ma and Papoose are finally tying the knot today at a ceremony on the exclusive Rikers Island. Papoose, who recently duped the Bed-Stuy volunteer EMTs for his video, has been planning the big day as his lady resides behind bars. This would have made for a fantastic hour of reality television had they filmed the process for Bridezillas, considering on just an average night out Remy Ma shot her friend in the stomach. Since no reality television deal came through, The NY Times has a piece on what it's like to get married on Rikers Island:
As bleak as it sounds, weddings on Rikers are common; there were 180 last year alone -- though unlike Remy Ma's case, it's the groom that's usually incarcerated. Some other fun facts should you be considering a destination wedding on Rikers: The Department of Corrections sets your date, no flowers, no wedding cake and no photography allowed, a gown can be brought in but the ceremony is so brief that some just wear jail-issued jumpsuits. That's a stress-free wedding right there, especially when The NY Post (see photo above) takes care of your invites. Will the happy couple procreate? There's no getting pregnant on the Island (conjugal visits aren't allowed), however, once married "the couples can apply for a chance for time alone if the incarcerated spouse is moved to one of the state prisons that allow such visits."
Remy Ma is currently awaiting her May 13th sentencing after being convicted of shooting Makeda Barnes-Joseph in the Meatpacking District last year.