Social Mula and DJ Brianne finger-pointing Local singer Social Mula took to social media and shared that while in Europe with DJ Brianne, he lost some of his valuable belongings, and then accused the latter of knowing where they were if she did not steal them herself. Something DJ Brianne denies. The two, who were on separate work contracts, traveled together at first and stayed at the same hotel until they decided to split up to cater for themselves. In an interview, Social Mula stated that he misplaced his bag, which contained necklaces, three watches, three perfumes, and four rings, among other items while accompanying DJ Brianne to her homestay. Yannick Mukunzi and Joy Iribagiza wedding Yannick Mukunzi, who plays for Sandvikens IF in Sweden and the National Team, Amavubi, married Joy Iribagiza, with whom they have a son and have been living together, on January 8. Their 'Gusaba no Gukwa' traditional wedding ceremony and 'White' church ceremony took place on the same day at Heaven Garden Rebero, followed by a joyful reception attended by friends and family. Niyo Bosco under new management Niyo Bosco, a local singer, signed a five-year management contract with Sunday Entertainment. This comes after the singer and songwriter parted ways with his former manager, Irene Murindahabi, after more than two years of pursuing music under his label, MIE. Niyo Bosco, on Sunday January 8,announced on social media that his fans should expect a new song by the end of this month, under his new management. Moses continues to make headlines Various indecent images of Moses Turahirwa, best known as the founder of the renowned Made in Rwanda Moshions brand, have been circulating on social media platforms, mainly Whatsapp, Snapchat, and Twitter. While he was making headlines last week and was widely panned, he issued an apology statement in the form of a Twitter thread. He claimed his Snapchat account was hacked, leading to the leak of the videos in which he is seen having sexual interactions with two other people. What could have been soothed by the apology was then exacerbated by another image of Turahirwa posing completely naked. Turahirwa's Twitter account, which he had recently changed to 'Kwanda Season,' appears to have been deleted in the midst of another wave of criticism following the other 'indecent' picture. While the truth about his leaked images remains unknown for the time being, it is worth noting that the saga surrounding him has been ongoing since the events preceding his resignation as Moshions' men's and women's wear designer.