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Musician & Former Rhythm City Actor, Brian BRUNO Majola Has Died; Here Are The Details Of His Death

Brian "Bruno" Majola, an actor and Kwaito artist, passed away, according to his family. A relative who does not wish to be identified before to meeting with the family confirms the rapper Matha's passing.

Makamu stated, "I can affirm that he is tardy." His family will issue a statement later today with additional information.

Monday evening at approximately 6 p.m., according to a source close to the Hosh rapper, Majola passed away. According to the source, the artist was discovered dead by his chef girlfriend, who was questioned by authorities.

"His girlfriend discovered him and immediately notified his family." They suspect either suicide or possible foul play. However, I cannot yet confirm it. We are all absorbing the news, and we expect to hear from the police and his family," a source said.

"I am not okay at all. I must meet with the family in order to put together a statement and send out all the pertinent information, but I can confirm that he has passed away."

Pardon Makamu, one of Bruno's closest friends, expresses surprise at his passing.

He exclaims, "I cannot believe it!" "I learned of it shortly after it occurred. I haven't received the entire information of what transpired," says a saddened Pardon, who was told that Bruno died on August 15, about 6 p.m.

He was a multitalented artist who appeared in the now-cancelled television soap opera Rhythm City.

Bruno was a member of the Kwaito duo Gumshev alongside Fisto in the early 2000s.

When his acting career took off, he was candid about growing up with the wrong crowd, being convicted for robbery, and being sentenced to five years in jail.


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