The Queen actors, popularly known as Brutus’s sons, formed a wonderful choir with Bhambata and Cebo singing as Nkosiyabo produced delicate Zulu dance moves. Since joining The Queen, the four brothers have been impressive both on and off-screen. It seemed that The Queen cast had been missing the young energy since the likes of Sk Khoza and Jessica Nkosi left the show. Many of the stars that had been left looked too cool to bring the vibe that Brutus’ sons came with. Despite The Queen heading to its final episode, it’s clear that Craig Nobel, Siphesihle Vazi, Ntobeko Mathebula, and Khumbuza Meyiwa have a bright future in the acting business.
Since joining The Queen, the four youngsters have been making fun of older stars like Connie Ferguson and Themba Ndaba. They have since lured them to a Chop My money challenge, which went viral. They sometimes take videos when they are unaware, which makes them get closer to each other as much as possible. In a different fashion than dancing, Brutus’ sons decided to form a complete choir with both singers and dancers. Impressively, the young stars produced a satisfactory performance that fans loved on TikTok.
The Queen’s Brutus’ Choir of Mbambata, Mlungisi and Cebo sing while Nkosiyabo produces Zulu dance moves.
For some time, Olerato ‘Lorraine Mokoka’ had been lonely with no other ladies her age to play with. Now that most of her shoots are at The Khoza mansion, she can spend most of her time with the four brothers. To her advantage, the brothers are great people to be around; they always produce real vibes that she can’t get enough of.
This time, the four brothers decided to make their young brother Nkosiyabo play Zulu dance moves. Indeed, Nkosiyabo is not a good dancer, especially in the traditional Zulu moves; instead, he may be a good Amapiano dancer. His brother,s Bhambata, Mlungisi and Cebo, started to sing in fine voices, giving the stage to show what he could do. This scene surprised Olerato, and she cheered Nkosi until the end. It seemed she was behind as her voice could be heard from close range.
Watch Brutus’ sons, The Queen actors Bhambata, Mlungisi, and Cebo sing while Nkosiyabo produces Zulu dance moves.