Naturi Naughton is a married woman now!
The “Power” star and her husband Xavier “Two” Lewis walked down the aisle on April 2 at an undisclosed location. Some of the guests included “The Breakfast Club” host Angela Yee, Lala Anthony, and Naughton’s “Power” co-star Omari Hardwick, all of whom walked in the pair’s ceremony.
Naughton’s recent nuptials to Lewis comes months after the actress revealed his identity during an interview with Essence Magazine. At the same time, Naughton told the publication in February that Hardwick introduced the pair.
Although it is unclear when Naughton and Lewis began dating, the couple ultimately got engaged around the Christmas holiday in 2020. The former 3LW singer confirmed the news on her Instagram page in January 2021.
As clips of Naughton and Lewis’ wedding made its way to social media blog sites, including The Neighborhood Talk, many fans mentioned Naughton and Hardwick’s characters from “Power” in their comments.
Naughton played Hardwick’s wife, Tasha St. Patrick, in the Starz series that followed the life of James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a drug dealer who tries to leave his criminal life behind him by pursuing legal business ventures. Omari Hardwick portrayed the role of James “Ghost” St. Patrick. “Power,” which aired from 2014 to 2020, ended with the death of Hardwick’s character.
The fans’ remarks consisted of Tasha finally finding the love of her life to Ghost coming back from the dead to be a best man in her wedding.
“She got her ex husband as the best man to her new dude okay TASHA.”
“When ya ex husband rise from the dead to be ya new husbands best man #TheSt.Patricks.”
“Tasha finally found the love of her life.”
“Tasha said Ghost please I’m marrying the love of my life. She looks beautiful.”
“Tasha said life must go on.”
Among the “Power” comments, others expressed how many need to differentiate Naughton and Hardwick from their characters on the television show. One wrote, “I can’t with y’all in these comments these Power comments, they are not their characters.”
Another said while congratulating Naughton, “Y’all please learn to separate a person from their character. Congrats NATURI.”