Whoever Said That Rappers and Orthodox Jews Don’t Mix?

Okay, I’m not sure anyone’s actually said that — and now nobody’s going to be able to say it, because we have ironclad evidence to the contrary.

TMZ.com reports that the rapper Pharrell — who collaborated with Snoop Dogg on the hit single “Drop It Like It’s Hot” — “was driving around Miami when he happened upon a big Jewish Orthodox wedding — so he got in on the party!”

TMZ has plenty of great photos from the simcha. (Note the decidedly unorthodox image on Pharrell’s T-shirt.)

Eat your heart out, Rabbi Marc Schneier.

Hat tip: Aimee Friedman.

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