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Arman Izadi Fights In Tana Mongeau Jake Paul’s Wedding

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The popular and controversial stars Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau tied the knot a month after their engagement. But it seems like even the Tana and Jake wedding could not happen without at least some drama. The occasion was filled with cake, drinks, multiple outfit changes, and huge celebrations. But let’s not forget a major highlight of it- the fight! The wedding officiant Arman Izadi picked up a fight right in the middle of the ceremony.  But Tana Mongeau does not seem too unhappy about it.

Wedding Officiant Arman Izadi Throws Punches Amidst Tana and Jake Wedding Ceremony

Just as Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul said ‘I do’ for their ceremony, someone threw champagne at the couple. While nobody could confirm who threw it, the wedding officiant Arman Izadi was in no mood to handle it. He immediately started throwing punches creating a mass chaos. A source describing the situation shared that people were trying to take pictures worsening the whole situation.

He claimed that,

We couldn’t see anything. It got pushed out like a mosh pit. People were on chairs trying to take pictures, and had to jump out of the way as it got bigger.

Tana Mongeau herself confirmed the champagne incident on her Twitter. But she considers it as free publicity. She is completely happy now after marrying Jake Paul. She’s even excited to call herself Tana Paul.

Following this, and the Arman Izadi fight, Tana and Jake continued their wedding ceremony. And finally kissed before they became official! There were many who previously thought the engagement was fake. But looks like Jake and Tana proved them wrong!


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