Thanks to a man dressed like Elvis Presley and a classy Las Vegas wedding chapel, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are officially husband and wife. The two got married right after the Billboard Awards in front of a few of their closest family and friends—the other two-thirds of the Jonas Brothers were there, as was Danielle Jonas and Priyanka Chopra. The wedding was supposed to be a secret, but a certain DJ named Diplo (né Thomas Wesley Pentz Jr.) livestreamed the entire thing for the whole world to see. It's since become a conversation starter for Joe and Sophie, who said they did not authorize Diplo to record anything. After hearing what they had to say, Diplo gave an official statement on their "beef," as he called it.
During a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest, Diplo insisted he didn't "ruin" the wedding, like Joe had joked. In fact, Diplo said Joe actually called him today to apologize that this has been blown way out of proportion and said English publications live for the drama.
He also took some time to explain why he thought it would be a good idea to livestream someone's wedding without asking them first. He said, "I didn't know it was a serious wedding. I really didn't know what was going on...I was just like, 'This is crazy. Let me record this.'"
And in Diplo's defense, there were apparently a bunch of other people there taking pictures. He explained, "And there was mad people with cameras. I didn't know I was the only person recording this thing. I was sitting next to Khalid and we were both there with our phones out. I had no idea that I was the only one doing it."
TBD on if Diplo will be invited to Joe and Sophie's ceremony in France later this summer, but if he does go, hopefully he learned his lesson here.
And speaking on behalf of the entire world, maybe don't livestream people's weddings without getting permission first? Just a thought!
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.