Mzansi is mourning after learning about the untimely death of Brain Bruno Majola. Undoubtedly, he was best known for his on-screen character on the e.tv drama series Rhythm City. He starred as a notorious boy Bongani Khumalo in the now canned drama series.
However, the news of his untimely death was confirmed by longtime friend Pardon Makamu. Shockingly he revealed that he was fit as a fiddle and his death was a shocker to his family and Mzansi at large. Pardon Makamu said:
I can confirm that he is late. I am still waiting for more details from his family who will release a statement late.
A close source has it that Bruno was found dead around 6 pm on Monday. Rumour mill has it that his lover saw him dead already. But in the turn of events, some sources have it that the lover has since been nabbed by the police and is in custody for questioning.
He was found by his girlfriend who alerted his family. They are suspecting suicide or that there could possibly have been some foul play. But l can’t confirm it as yet. We are all processing the news and will hear from the police and his family.
Brian ‘Bruno’ Majola has died
Several actors took to social media to convey their messages of condolences. Fellow friend and cast Zola Hashatsi shared took it to Instagram to share a tribute to the late Majola. Taking to his Instagram, he wrote:
“Angikho Grand. How dare you Bruno Jamshack #RIPBruno I am heart broken and in tears. Angeke bafwethu,”
Brian Bruno Majola’s thrust into the limelight came in the backdrop of his Rhythm City role. In the drama series, he starred as a cunning and ruthless thug we all love to hate.
Brian ‘Bruno’ Majola rise to fame
No doubt he nailed his role to perfection and wowed many with his storyline, which he later revealed was a reflection of his past life. The late actor once revealed that he was once a gangster in real life.
Taking it to Facebook, he revealed that he was raised in Soweto, and the struggles back home forced him into gangsterism. However, in the mix of things, he was nabbed and sent behind bars for six years. However, while in prison, he discovered his craze for singing and acting, which gave birth to his career. Upon release, she furnished his craze of arts with acting and motivational speaking. Months later, he was the next big thing on Mzansi’s small screens.
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