As I told you yesterday, rapper T.I. is very unhappy with invited wedding guests who tweeted unauthorized pictures to followers on Twitter.com.
As you know, T.I., real name Clifford Harris Jr., wed his longtime girlfriend Tameka "Tiny" Cottle on Saturday in Miami Beach.
But T.I. and Tiny's special day was marred by thoughtless and inconsiderate guests who rushed to be the first to prove that they were there by uploading dark, blurry photos of the royal couple to the Twitter.com social network community.
T.I. lashed out at media sites, blogs, employees and friends and demanded that the the wedding pics be taken down. So far employees Young Dro and rapper Nelly have complied and removed the Twitpics. But other unauthorized pics from the wedding are still online.
It should noted that R&B diva Monica, who had earlier in the month tweeted that she would be uploading pics from the wedding, did not do so out of respect for T.I. and Tiny.
According to a source who attended the wedding, Atlantic Records sent out emails to all guests prior to the wedding forbidding them from bringing cameras or taking Twipics during the ceremony.
Additionally, months before the wedding, a Grand Hustle executive told several Atlanta based bloggers that T.I. did not want his wedding on the blogs, which is why bloggers who supported T.I. and Tiny for years, were not invited.
Atlanta celebrity photographer Robert Ector was hired to be the wedding photographer, although I'm told 3 other photographers were given clearance to shoot the wedding.
T.I. and Tiny reportedly sold the exclusive rights for the wedding photos to a national magazine for an undisclosed sum of money.