Brian "Bruno" Majola, a kwaito star and actor from Rhythm City, died at the age of 36. Bruno passed away on Monday, August 15; the cause of his death is unknown, according Drum. Famous for his work in the kwaito duet Gumshev with partner Fistos, the performer has also appeared on the e.tv show Ekasi: Our Stories.
Hosh, Temptations, and Matha were all chart toppers thanks to the efforts of the duo.
After the demise of TKZee member and kwaito great Tokollo "Magesh" Tshabalala the day before, Bruno is the second member of the group to pass away in as many days.
MZANSI'S LOSS OF ANOTHER KWAITO STAR, BRIAN "BRUNO" MAJOLA
Brian "Bruno" Majola's death was confirmed to Drum by a family member. Reports say the kwaito celebrity passed suddenly on August 15 at around 18:00. The Majola family has not said what killed him.
Pardon Makamu, a close friend of Bruno's, said he learned of the news not long after Bruno's passing.
While Makamu said, "I haven't gotten the complete specifics of what transpired," he did say something interesting.
messages is flooding in.
After the tragic news of Bruno's death spread around South Africa, his fans took to Twitter to pay respect to him.
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