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Connie Ferguson Revealed Something Deep About Her Late Husband That left Mzansi Stunned

Connie Ferguson Revealed Something Deep About Her Late Husband That left Mzansi Stunned 


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Mzansi cod not help but to wish Connie Ferguson strength for everything she went through after the passing of her husband. After seeing the massage left by her in social media it's clear that she will never forget him. 


The Queen Actress took it to social media page where she revealed something deep that left mzansi stunned. Not many will lose their partners and take time to write something about them but the actress it's different. She cannot spend a day without writing something about her husband who passed away this years around July. With caption: "How people see you is none of your business. What is your business is how you see yourself. Uncle Sho".

Shona will never be forgotten. He was one if a kind who was loved by everyone. The late Shona, who died of Covid-19 complications in July this year, was nominated in the Best Lead Drama Series category for his role on Kings of Joburg. She took it to Instagram wrote how she had always believed in er husband Shona efforts and determination in the Industry.


With caption:

“My dear husband, I always told you that you were my favourite actor to work with, and probably one of the most underrated in this country. Your talent was beyond. How you committed to each character you portrayed always left me in awe. You will never be forgotten. Ever. I have always been proud of you, and you continue to make us proud beyond the grave. God is good. Bravo Mr Sho. Bravo,” she wrote

(Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/CVOQANvM9uf/?utm_medium=copy_link)

The Kings of Jo'Burg' was nominated by the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards for Outstanding Drama Series in Africa all because of his hard work. It's sad because his no longer around to walk in and take the trophy himself. May his soul continue to rest in peace. 

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