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A bride was tragically killed at her own wedding ceremony when a stray bullet from celebratory gunfire struck her in the head.

Mahvash Leghaei, 24, was married in Firuzabad, Iran, when a guest, believed to be the groom’s cousin, fired his unlicensed high-powered hunting rifle. The bullet reportedly went straight through her skull, injuring two male attendees.

‘We had an emergency call of a shooting at a wedding hall in Firuzabad city, and officers were dispatched immediately,’ said police spokesman Colonel Mehdi Jokar.

Bride is shot dead at her wedding during celebratory gunfire when stray bullet from guest hits her in the head

‘The officers discovered that somebody had fired shots with a hunting rifle as part of the local nomad tradition, but unfortunately because of the crowds and the person’s poor control of the weapon, he managed to shoot three people, two men and the bride.

‘The shooter then fled the area but police located the man still carrying the unlicensed hunting rifle that had been fired at the wedding.’

According to initial reports two bullets were fired, the first without incident, but the second hitting the bride in the head, passing through her brain and hitting the two other guests.

The police spokesman said the bride was placed in a coma and later died but the two others who had been shot were not seriously injured.

Bride is shot dead at her wedding during celebratory gunfire when stray bullet from guest hits her in the head

The shooter was identified as a 36-year-old who was not named but was reportedly a cousin of the groom.

The police spokesman added: ‘Naturally any disturbance of public order like this crosses the red line with the police need to act, and people need to know that to create a safe community shooting is banned at weddings.

‘We will take tough action against anybody found to be breaking this rule.’

The victim’s family said her organs were donated and they have helped three people.

The custom of firing a gun at weddings is illegal but still common in the Middle East.

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Drake, Lil Wayne, & Nicki Minaj Reunite At Young Money Concert

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YMCMB forever.

Five days after it was delayed due to Drake catching COVID, the long-awaited Young Money reunion went down on Saturday at Budweiser Stage in Toronto. The concert, which was part of Drake’s OVO Fest, was a celebration of the Young Money era that ruled hip-hop through the late 2000s and early 2010s.

Things got off to a slow start. An hour-and-a-half after the show was supposed to start, a message appeared on screen: “Unfortunately, Lil Wayne had issues at the border.”

It was followed by another message: “Luckily, Drake runs the border.”

Fans erupted with cheers as Weezy emerged to 2010’s “Blunt Blowin” before launching into hits including “Mrs. Officer,” “Rich as F***,” and “Loyal.”

“People at the border, I love you,” Wayne said before capping off his 30-minute set with “A Milli.”

Young Money’s First Lady, Nicki Minaj, was up next. Rocking long pink hair and holding a green Louis Vuitton purse, the rap queen ran through hits like “Beez in the Trap,” “Chun-Li,” and “Super Bass.”

Drizzy then delivered his solo set, including tracks off his latest album, Honestly, Nevermind, closing with “Sticky,” “Way 2 Sexy,” and “Knife Talk.”

Following a mini-set from Big Tymers (Birdman and Mannie Fresh), the Young Money trio united on stage for a 30-minute trip down memory lane that included “BedRock,” “Up All Night,” “The Motto,” and “Moment 4 Life.”

At one point, Nicki grabbed Drake’s hand before jokingly asking, “Do you still have COVID?”

Drake paid tribute to his Young Money sister, crowning her and Wayne the “greatest rappers of all time.” “Are these bitches serious? Nobody can f**k with Nicki. It’s like the originator. It starts here, ends here,” he said.

He also showed love to the man who discovered him, Wayne. “I love you. I would go to the end of the earth for this man. You changed my fu**in’ life and you changed this city forever,” he said. “So make some fu**in’ noise for the greatest rapper of all time.”

Before leaving the stage, Wayne made a bombshell announcement. “I’m working on Carter VI, coming soon!” he said before dropping the mic.

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Willow Smith stops show after a fan fainted in the crowd

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Willow Smith’s performance was cut short after someone in the audience fainted.

The 21-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith has been opening for Machine Gun Kelly and noticed a fan fainting during her performance on Tuesday at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

She abruptly paused her performance, and a video posted online shows the star speaking to the audience, offering words of encouragement to the injured fan before wishing them a speedy recovery.

A video of the incident shows the singer on stage, seemingly unaware of what was going on in the audience.

As her band tones down a song mid-set, a fan is heard shouting: “We love you,” to which Willow responded: “Love you guys, man. Trying to make sure y’all good.”

Her reply was met with applause as the grateful crowd showed their appreciation for her swift actions.

Continuing to address her audience, Willow stated: “One of the most beautiful things about being human is you get to take care of other humans, you know? That’s one of the most beautiful things about being human.”

Willow Smith stops show after a fan fainted in the crowd

She added: “I really hope she’s gonna be okay, man.” Reports suggest the spectator left the gig on a stretcher after the medical incident before the artist continued with her performance when the fan had been safely seen to.

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Burna Boy Becomes The First African Artiste To Sell Out 21,000 Capacity In Atlanta | WATCH

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Burna Boy, a celebrated Nigerian singer best known for his Grammy nominations and award, has set a new benchmark.

The musician, who continues to inspire pride in Nigerians and write history, has added a new feat to his long list of triumphs.

Burna Boy outperformed many American musicians by selling out the 21,000-seat State Farm Arena in Atlanta, USA.

Burna Boy’s recent accomplishment makes him the first African performer to sell out every one of his gigs in America.

The artist has accomplished this feat in the past as well.

Watch the video below;

https://twitter.com/CallMeKhalipha/status/1553989245026590720

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