star Issa Rae ties the knot in private wedding ceremony

star Issa Rae ties the knot in private wedding ceremony

The movie star got married in France to her fiance in a secret wedding ceremony.

American actress Issa Rae has tied the knot with her fiancé Louis Diame.

The Insecure star jokingly announced the big news via her Instagram page on Monday, July 26, 2021, with some lovely photos from the private ceremony.

“A) Impromptu photoshoot in a custom @verawang dress. B) My girls came to help me, but they all coincidentally had on the same dress! They were sooooo embarrassed. C) Then I took a few flicks with Somebody’s Husband,” she captioned the photos.

“Big thanks to @whiteedenweddings for being so gracious and accommodating and making this feel so real and special.”

According to EOnline, the guests who were invited to the ceremony flew to France and stayed at the Jean Cap Ferrat hotel.

A few months ago, the actress had denied the engagement rumours but her friend and colleague, Yvonne Orji later confirmed the rumours.

“We’re very excited for her. We all found out in different ways because we’re all on different text chains. We talk at different times, so we all found out at different times in different ways,” Orji said.

Congratulations to the movie star from all of us at Pulse.

Lagos govt to prosecute Yomi Fabiyi over controversial movie ‘Oko Iyabo’

Lagos govt to prosecute Yomi Fabiyi over controversial movie ‘Oko Iyabo’

LAGOS GOVT TO PROSECUTE YOMI FABIYI OVER CONTROVERSIAL MOVIE ‘OKO IYABO’

The Lagos State Director of Public Prosecution, Mrs Olayinka Adeyemi, on Monday told an Ikeja Special Offences Court that Fabiyi produced a movie entitled “Oko Iyabo,” based on the court proceedings of June 24, 2021.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Nollywood actor, Olanrewaju James, alias ‘Baba Ijesha’ is facing a six-count charge bordering on the indecent treatment of a child, sexual assault, attempted sexual assault by penetration and sexual assault by penetration at the court.

Adeyemi told the court on Monday that despite warnings during proceedings of June 24 that the matter was sub judice and, therefore, prohibited from public discussion elsewhere, Fabiyi went ahead and made a movie about the facts of the case.

The DPP noted that the movie, which was aired after the proceedings of June 24, breached the Judge’s directives by revealing sensitive information about the case which is before the court.

“Despite the warnings of this honourable court, an actor called Yomi Fabiyi went ahead and made a movie about the facts of this case.

“He used real names of the parties and witnesses in this matter in the movie. Our application is to exclude him, his privies and his agents from proceedings in court.

“He is not in court at the moment but his representatives may be in court. This is contempt of court and we intend to prosecute him and bring him before this court,” the DPP said.

Reacting, Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo expressed displeasure about the development and ordered for an investigation.

“This case is sub judice and you are not to be making videos and disparaging comments on social media. This needs to be investigated,” the judge said.

Responding to the allegations, the lead defence counsel, Mr Dada Awosika (SAN), said that though he was aware of the movie, it was filmed before the criminal case began in court.

“The movie is about the controversy between two artistes – Yomi Fabiyi and Iyabo Ojo. I saw the movie on YouTube.

“The two of them are supporters on different sides. Fabiyi is one supporter and Ojo is another supporter.

“This movie is about the controversy between both of them and they are not parties to this case,” Awosika said.

Justice Taiwo reiterated the fact that the allegations against Fabiyi should be investigated by authorities to enable legal actions to be taken against him if he is found culpable.

NAN reports that famous Nollywood actress; Ms Iyabo Ojo, was in court during the proceedings.

NAN reports that the Nollywood actress and the foster mother of the complainant, Ms Damilola Adekoya alias Princess, had begun their testimonies as witnesses for the state.

Court rejects Nnamdi Kanu’s plea to be moved to Kuje correctional Centre

Court rejects Nnamdi Kanu’s plea to be moved to Kuje correctional Centre

A Federal High Court, Abuja, on Monday declined the request of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu to be moved to Kuje Correctional Service Centre.

Justice Binta Nyako, in a ruling, turned down the application by Nnamdi’s Lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor.

Earlier when the matter was called, the leader of the IPOB was not brought to the court by the Department of State Services (DSS).

Counsel to the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), M. B. Abubakar, informed the court that though he was ready to proceed, the defendant (Kanu) was not in court.Ejiofor, however, expressed worry over the absence of Kanu in court.

The lawyer alleged that his client was subjected to dehumanising conditions and that he had no access to his lawyers while he was in the custody of the DSS.

Ejiofor, who said he had not seen his client for over 10 days, told the court that the information reaching him was that Kanu had been taken away to an unknown destination.

He said he had a motion on notice filed before the court, seeking for an order directing the transfer of the applicant from the custody of the DSS to the Nigerian Correctional Service Centre in Kuje, where he was originally detained before he was granted bail, pending the determination of the charge.

“AN ORDER of this Honourable Court directing the Defendant/Applicant’s custodian, to grant access to his Medical Experts/Doctors for the purpose of carrying out a comprehensive independent medical examination of the Defendant/Applicant’s health condition/status, while in custody.”

Nyako said though the earlier remand order at the DSS facility still subsisted, she made an order for the lawyers to be given access to their client (Kanu).

“No, I am not transferring him to correctional centre. I am keeping him there (DSS custody) and I am going to make an order that you should be given access,” she said

The judge, however, noted that the access to Kanu would be regimented.

“But it is not going to be all comers affair; it will be regimented. You can’t get up at night and say you want to visit your client,” she stated.

Justice Nyako, who condemned the prosecution’s act for not producing Kanu in court, ordered that Kanu should be produced in court in the next adjourned date.

“Before you can take a criminal case, the defendant must be in court. I have been sitting down here since waiting for you.

“I will not take this kind of practice in the conduct of this case. When I give you a date, I want you to continue on that date.

“And you cannot continue until the defendant is present,” she held.

Nyako said he had not made any order for the trial to continue in Kanu’s absence, hence he must be brought to the court to stand his trial.

“Please do the needful and don’t allow this to happen again,” she told the prosecution.

She also noted that since the court vacation had started, a fiat from the Chief Judge of the court, Justice John Tsoho, would be needed to give the matter accelerated hearing.

She adjourned the matter until Oct. 21 for trial continuation.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that besides the former Governor of old Anambra, Chief Chukwuemeka Ezeife who was in court to monitor the proceeding, the Ohaneze Ndigbo was represented by a lawyer, Chief A. G. Nwanzuruike, while M. C. Udebuani appeared for an association of all the Igbo lawyers in Abuja (Otuotiwu).

NAN reports that on June 29, the judge had ordered the IPOB leader to be remanded at the Department of State Services (DSS) facility pending the hearing and determination of the matter

The order followed an application by Counsel to the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Shuaibu Labaran, that Kanu, who jumped bail and re-arrested, be remanded in the DSS custody.

The court also granted the request that the matter be given accelerated hearing to guard against delay in justice and fixed today for trial continuation.

NAN reports that Kanu, who was re-arrested on July 27 abroad, was said to have jumped bail around September 2017.He was, however, produced before the trial judge, Nyako, on June 29 to stand his trial.The judge had, on March 28, 2019, issued a bench warrant for Kanu’s arrest after she revoked the bail that was earlier granted him.

Relying on Section 352(4) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA), 2015, the court equally okayed Kanu’s trial in absentia.Kanu was arrested on Oct. 14, 2015, on 11-count charge bordering on terrorism, treasonable felony, managing an unlawful society, publication of defamatory matter, illegal possession of firearms and improper importation of goods, among others.

He was charged alongside three other pro-Biafra agitators; Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi.Shortly after he was declared “missing,” Justice Nyako, on Feb. 20, 2018, okayed separate trial for the other three defendants.

The IPOB leader who has dual citizenship was before his arrest reportedly sighted at various locations outside the country, including Jerusalem and the UK.Kanu who was the Director of Radio Biafra, was initially arrested by security operatives on Oct. 14, 2015 upon his arrival to Nigeria from his base in the UK.

He was subsequently arraigned in court on January 20, 2016, and remanded at Kuje prison in Abuja.

After he had spent about a year and seven months in detention, the trial court, on April 25, 2016, released Kanu on bail on health ground.To secure his release, Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe (PDP–Abia), an Accountant, Mr. Tochukwu Uchendu and a Jewish High Priest, Emmanu El- Salom Oka Ben Madu, on April 28, 2016, signed an undertaking to ensure his attendance in court.

Jay Z and Beyonce’s mansion allegedly set on fire

Jay Z and Beyonce’s mansion allegedly set on fire

JAY Z AND BEYONCE’S MANSION ALLEGEDLY SET ON FIRE

It took 22 firefighters to put out the fire from the mansion.

There are reports that the fire incident at billionaire rapper Jay Z and his wife Beyonce’s mansion may be a case of arson.

According to TMZ, the fire incident occurred on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, with the firefighters invited to the mansion to contain the fire.

However, it took the firefighters 2hours before the fire was extinguished from the pricey property.

Even though it is not clear the extent of damage in the property, it is reported that it took 22 firefighters to put out the fire.

There are, however, reports that it may be a case of arson. Fortunately, there were no casualties in the fire incident.

The house which is located in New Orleans was reportedly built in 1925 as a Presbyterian church before it was re-purposed as a ballet school.

The 3-story house features a main residence, 3 separate apartments, 26-foot ceilings and a green roof.

The best celebrity photos on Instagram this week

The best celebrity photos on Instagram this week

Another week of our celebrities showing off on Instagram.

Being a celebrity is about keeping up appearances and always looking the part. These days, it doesn’t have to be at an event or physical appearance.

Our celebrities take to Instagram to regularly update their fans. These celebrities did it best this week.

Vee

The Queen of flames was smoking hot in a long-oversized shirt-gown by African Designer Small.

Earlier in the week, she also stunned in a navy-blue blazer gown by 2207 by Tbally.

Kate Henshaw

This week was Kate Henshaw’s birthday. She broke the internet in her outfits from Julyet Peters and Xtrabrides.

My favorite was the little red, feathered ensemble by Xtrabrides.

Waje

Waje was a sight for sore eyes in a two-piece from Mai Atafo, what we loved about this outfit is its color combination. This is how you wear color and, we loved it.

Wizkid

Wizkid was casual in Dior, diamond chains and black leather slippers.

Osas

Someone call the fire department. Osas was smoking hot in a white bikini.