Public Enemy Professor Griff Quietly to Casa la Solé

HipHop News Posted on August 29, 2017 at 2:03pm

Public Enemy Professor Griff Quietly to Casa la Solé

The two were married after 27 years of friendship.

Public Enemy Professor Griff and Hip-Hop vet Solé quietly tied the knot over the weekend. Solé, who was previously married to Ginuwine, released several photos of the wedding of her Instagram account, revealing a traditional rakhi ceremony. A legend, "Mr. And Mrs. Shah 8.27.17."

Sacred 8.27.17 #9 #MrandMrsShah❤️

A post shared by Sole ' (@mrssole) on August 29, 2017, at 4:09pm PDT

Happiness ❤️ 8.27.17 #9 #Sacred #MrandMrsShah

A post shared by Sole ' (@mrssole) on August 29, 2017, at 4:52pm PDT

In a previous Instagram post, dated August 11, Solé explained how the long-time friends, finally, re-connect and what the rakhis on their wrists symbolizing.

"today was a year to the day that @professorgriff and I reconnected and food as friends," the Kansas City native, explained. "We had No idea what would ensue. In the time that we had known each other for 27 years, but he was always like my older brother. After that lunch, though, something changed... and a nice plutonic friendship based on love and mutual respect, began to germinate in a beautiful, romantic relationship based on that basis."

Aug. 11, 2017 ✨ today marked a year to the day that @professorgriff and I reconnected and food as friends. We had No idea what would ensue. In the time that we had known each other for 27 years, but he was always like my older brother. After that lunch, though, something changed... and a nice plutonic friendship based on love and mutual respect, began to germinate in a beautiful, romantic relationship based on that foundation. Today, to celebrate the reconnection during the lunch, we spend time offering prayers in the temple, and the exchange of rakhis ✨❤️ Traditionally, the sisters tie a rakhi on their brothers wrist as a reminder of their duty to protect and honor their spiritual, as well as the fraternal obligations. They have a vote to protect them from any harm and sisters pray for the lives of their brothers. However

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