Ryan Reynolds Calls His Plantation Wedding a "Giant" Mistake | E! News

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The “Deadpool” actor confesses he and wife Blake Lively will “always be deeply” sorry for having their 2012 wedding at a former slave plantation in South Carolina.

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Date: October 14, 2020

33 thoughts on “Ryan Reynolds Calls His Plantation Wedding a "Giant" Mistake | E! News

  1. In some cases I could see a couple getting married on a plantation. Like an interracial couple. Like they would be giving those racist assholes the middle finger. But NOT A WHITE COUPLE. SEEMS RACIST

  2. A plantation is not just a “big farm” or a “piece of land”. It is a place where enslaved Africans were brutalized, tortured, and killed. Imagine someone getting married at a former concentration camp used during the Holocaust. Does everyone understand now? But because plantations are “pretty” and “scenic”, Black people should understand why you want your wedding there. Hypocrisy at its best!!!

  3. The only thing more disgusting about someone taking the time to make this story is the them apologizing for their wedding and where they had it. At this point; let’s all stop living: don’t go to Liverpool, don’t go to Naples , Arminian and Greece etc. Really? In the middle of a pandemic too would think people would know better. Talk about child pornography for %#~<}] sake! Enough

  4. Wow there are a lot of ignorant people that lack emotional understanding and respect in the comment section. You privileged racists are sincerely exhausting and I mean that from the deepest most genuine place. My energy feels drained when I see such a grand and proud display of ignorance. I'm dumbfounded. Wow. Smh. Wow. Thank you Reynolds for recognizing your mistake, not being too proud to be wrong and apologizing. I respect your maturity and awareness.

  5. They were just mad that they spent so much on their big wedding and no one paid any attention. Now everyone's paying attention even if it's only because nobody cared to begin with. Lol

  6. An apology feels like maybe people get it. It is a nice surprise that people recognize the painful past for places that are “just land”, “just a wedding venue” or “just the south” to others. It’s not “just” for Black People. For those people who continue to be dismissive of the painful past of Black people, I will pray for you. There will come a time when people become older and wiser, some of you will look back on your insensitivity with shame and regret. 💛🌅

  7. An apology feels like maybe people get it. It is a nice surprise that people recognize the painful past for places that are “just land”, “just a wedding venue” or “just the south” to others. It’s not “just” for Black People. For those people who continue to be dismissive of the painful past of Black people, I will pray for you. There will come a time when people become older and wiser, some of you will look back on your insensitivity with shame and regret. 💛🌅

  8. Oh now he gets it? I like how there's a bunch of people on here saying "What's the big deal?" It's not your place to decide what's a big deal and what isn't, whitie! So sit down!

  9. Good Lord!! Stop. Just Stop!! It's just their way of saying that they want a horse in the game. Get a freaking life!!

  10. Look I support the BLM movement but this is just stupid. Unless people are dressing like Southern Belles for their wedding on a plantation then get over it. It's architecture for peets sake. The White House was built on Slave labor, as was the country, you can't cancel the country. Black people start a movement and white people get carried away with it based on fear rather than real rational introspective caring. This why people start using the term Social Justice Warrior as a slur, and it's sooo sad because it's a good thing to care about societal justice. But when you start going crazy and trendy with it you go from SJW to The Spanisg Inquisition as fast as a click on a button.

  11. I’m from Louisiana. Plantations are so much more than “slave” quarters. When I hear the word plantation I think about the beautiful homes, big beautiful trees and a part of history that you can actually visit in person. I would get married on a plantation!

  12. Ah yes, help further kill your own race Ryan. Whats that you don't understand that white people make up the least amount of the worlds population at 11.5%? You're going to hire based on skin color? Wow, isn't that racist?

  13. I guess ppl unaware should watch Tales from the hood segment when a known bigot running for Governor decides to move onto a plantation with a terrible history after being warned not to… I'm not saying Blake and Ryan are bigots but this whole thing reminded of that movie lol

  14. Ah, but it wasn't a mistake. Here is the thing, if the plantation has a bad history, wouldn't the appropriate thing to do would to take that and turn it into something positive? Seems to me like holding weddings there takes its past and turns it into a future based on love and positivity. If you can't understand that, then you are actually part of the problem.

  15. The key word here is "former" slave plantation. Now it is just a beautiful venue for a wedding. When can we stop apologizing?? Is this really all you have to complain about? Happened 8 years ago and you are just now bringing it up? Slow news day? Nothing to burn or loot? Reynolds should not apologize for anything. This continued racial divide is being caused by the real bigots – who see the race card as something they can play ad infinitum….. Get a life, move on and use that energy to change true racial injustices as you see them NOW. Crying about this just makes me want to ignore ANYTHING you have to say.

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