Josh Peck's Wedding Photos Get Ruined With Embarrassing Hashtag #JusticeforDrake

Over the weekend, Peck got married to Paige O'Brien in a small Malibu ceremony in front of family and friends.

A source told Us Weekly, "When Drake didn't get invited to Josh's wedding, he started tweeting all of those dramatic memes".

"They would tweet each other back on social media a couple times a year, but never actually spoke", the source said, adding that Peck was really hurt by Bell's rants on Twitter. "When you're not invited to the wedding the message is clear.", he wrote in a post that has since been deleted.

The former teen stars rose to fame as Drake Parker and Josh Nichols on the popular Nickelodeon sitcom, which ran from 2004 until 2007.

For reference, here's a photo of Josh Peck's wedding. "True colors have come out today", he wrote.

Former Drake & Josh fans were broken hearted to learn that the onscreen bros weren't that close IRL, and they ended up taking the drama to the Instagram of the actors' former co-star, Miranda Cosgrove (who played Megan, Peck and Bell's younger sister, on the show).

In some since-deleted tweets, Bell expressed his displeasure with the nuptial snub, writing things like, "When you're not invited to the wedding the message is clear..." Ties officially cut. I'll miss you brotha", and, "Loyalty is key.

'Josh told everyone that he and Drake hadn't spoken in three years. Stamos and his longtime girlfriend, Caitlin McHugh, were invited to the wedding. To no one's surprise, he says he's constantly asked about his former Nickelodeon half. While our evenings were consumed by watching Drake and Josh, our days at school were filled with visions of the co-stars as not just besties on screen, but also IRL.

They then ask him: "Where's Drake?" and he often doesn't have an answer for them.

  • Salvatore Jensen