Another Kwaito star Brian Majola who was most popular as Bruno has unfortunately passed on. Brian was better known for his appearance on etv day to day show, Rhythm City.
The miserable fresh insight about his passing was accounted for to News 24's Drum magazine by his relative who didn't reveal a lot of about his demise.
"I'm not alright by any stretch of the imagination. I really want to get together with the family for us to assemble an assertion and send all the fundamental data, however I can affirm that he has passed on," Drum covers the story by Bruno's loved ones.
The passing comes as shock to the Kwaito people group which lost perhaps of its greatest star Magesh on Monday morning. The Tkzee bunch legend was found dead in his home and it is accepted he might have passed on in his rest.
It is accounted for that Bruno likewise died on Monday 15 August around 6pm.
Before his awkward demise, Bruno highlighted on Rhythm City back in 2007 as Bongani.
Before then he had quite recently begun his music profession as a Kwaito craftsman delivering hits like Ngiyabonga and two of his best collections, Sthandu Cash and Stories Told.
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