David Otunga tired of waiting to wed?

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    Four years after popping the question, David Otunga is reportedly tired of waiting to exchange vows with fiancée Jennifer Hudson.

    The reality star-turned-WWE personality proposed to the Grammy winner in 2008. Not long after that, J.Hud’s family was struck by tragedy.

    Understandably, J.Hud said she wanted to wait to wed until after her relatives’ killer was brought to justice.

    William Balfour was convicted of the heinous crimes earlier this year, and while Jennifer confirmed on “Oprah’s Next Chapter” that she’s planning a wedding, a source close to the family told RhymesWithSnitch.com that David is tired of waiting.

    There have been rumors of discord between the two before. In June, there were reports that Jennifer was getting cold feet and wasn’t sure she wanted to marry a wrestler.

    “Jennifer started feeling like it just wasn’t right,” a source told RadarOnline.com earlier this year. “So many bad things have happened since they got engaged in 2008 that have prevented them from finally getting married, and she was worried that she was just trying too hard to make something happen that wasn’t meant to be.”

    However, that’s a very different sentiment than what J.Hud expressed to Oprah’s viewers.

    “There is a wedding date,” Jennifer told Oprah, adding that the ceremony would happen within the next two years.

    See photos of J.Hud and David, Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa, and more couples heading down the aisle soon.

    —Tracy L. Scott

     

    Do you think Jennifer is having second thoughts, or is she just taking her time? Is there any reason to rush? Leave your comments below.

     

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