Sunday, January 17, 2021

Deelishis Weds Raymond Santana of the ‘Central Park Five’

Deelishis, 41, has reportedly tied the knot with Raymond Santana, 45, of the Central Park Five. 

*Reality star Deelishis, 41, has reportedly tied the knot with Raymond Santana, 45, of the Central Park Five. 

According to MademeNoire, they tied the knot in Duluth, Georgia over the weekend, in a ceremony attended by close family and friends. 

Guests also included “Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” Shamea Morton and “Black Ink Crew’s” Donna Lombardi, the report states. 

Singer and RHOA star Kandi Burruss was also on hand as one of Deelishis’ bridemaids. Burruss reportedly introduced Deelishhis to Santana. 

Check out images from the couple’s big day via the Instagram post below.

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“Shout out my girl Kandi ..thank you for introducing me to my future,” Santana wrote on Instagram in January. “I never got the chance to express my gratitude. So thank you ..and congratulations on a successful #2020Vision party… the wife’s been excited about everything she posted on her vision board, especially our wedding?”

Burruss also gushed in a message on Instagram about playing cupid for the happy couple. 

“Congratulations [Raymond Santana] & [Deelishis]!!!!!,” she captioned a photo of her and the newly weds. “I’m so happy for y’all & I’m happy to say that I had a little something to do with this love connection!”


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Their relationship got off to a rocky start, as Santana was busy promoting the Ava DuVernay project “When The See Us,” about the Central Park Five case. So Deelishis made herself available to men who made time for her. 

“No woman wants to hear, ‘I’m busy.’ So I started dating somebody else,” she told V-103. “Well, I had a friend anyway. I wasn’t ignoring him. I was already honored because I met him. I had conversation with Raymond Santana. I was good. So if it didn’t go anywhere else, there was no love lost. I still really liked him. But he was keeping in contact. And I think he noticed that I went on a date. I put a story in my Insta story. It just showed that I was out. So, instead of me getting a text saying, ‘I didn’t forget about you,’ I get a text saying, ‘Yo listen, I need to make good on this date that we supposed to have. And I want you to know that I was serious when I said that I want to go on this date, I just haven’t had the time.’ So, his text message was totally different than those drop-in texts.”


Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is a screenwriter and freelance reporter from Chicago -- currently living in Los Angeles and covering A-list entertainment for various outlets, including She has worked for: Miramax, MTV & VH1, The Jim Henson Company, Hallmark Channel, Paramount Pictures, and for iconic indie film producer Roger Corman.



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