On Saturday, Milo Yiannopoulos married a mystery man in Hawaii. Or at least it looks that way. The 32-year-old former Breitbart editor posted pictures of the ceremony at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on the big island of Hawaii. But because of his past manipulation of media, the Milo Yiannopoulos wedding is raising eyebrows.
What we know about the Milo Yiannopoulos wedding
While details on the ceremony and on the “lucky” man are scarce, Yiannopoulos’ Instagram page is populated with a few wedding photos.
Carefully edited snaps show Yiannopoulos and his groom exchanging vows. His husband’s back is to the camera, but the back of his white tuxedo jacket reads “Blind for love.”
In another pic, we can the pair’s name cards on their table — helping to identify the second groom as simply “John.”
Yiannopoulos has said of his love life, “I like black guys for my love life, straight white males as employees, and girls as drinking buddies.” He told The New York Times, he was “Trump-sexual:” “I have a very anti-white bedroom policy, but Trump is kind of like the exception to that rule.”
While it does look like Yiannopoulos was married, there is a chance he is fooling everyone, as the rightwing talking head has a history of lying and manipulating to get some media coverage.
Earlier this year, Yiannopoulos told his social media followers that his property in West Brickell, Miami, was decimated by Hurricane Irma.
“MY HOUSE IS GONE,” he wrote, along with a still from a video of the hurricane’s ferocious winds tearing the roof off a structure.
Many media outlets (including us) reported that Yiannopoulos’ house had been destroyed. However, this was a lie.
“The Miami Herald found the place, and it’s in Edgewater, at Northeast 27th Street and Fifth Avenue, which is close but definitely not the Brickell neighborhood where it was rumored to be on social media,” a report from the news outlet said, adding Yiannopoulos reportedly owned a place in Miami Beach. “Reporter David Smiley spoke to a neighbor who witnessed the drama unfold and it turns out the property belongs to a guy named Gerard Duhart, who had evacuated ahead of the storm.”