Sokhulu Mthiyane previously portrayed Brains, the gangster, in Gomora. No piece of information could pass the large guy as he wandered the streets of Gomora in fear. He was supervised by Phumulani, a revered member of the Mofele family. Many of the family members were enamored with Phumulani, and they never dreamed that he would become a gangster.
Every girl at Gomora High dreaded Brains and Stombie because they controlled the streets and terrorized the populace. As he now joins The Queen in a position that is practically identical, it appeared that Sokhulu had discovered his best deal. After 'Tiisetso Thoka' from June to July, he is now the second actor in a month to join The Queen from Gomora.
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As Brains on Gomora, Sokhulu Mthiyane was a fan favorite.
The characters on Gomora who everyone loved to despise were Brains and Sdumo. They acted as the bad males who caused trouble for young girls in the streets, thus crossing would be problematic. When they performed Phumulani's dirty work—a man who was also despised—they even started to be detested.
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