Congrats are all together for the late entertainer Shona Ferguson who has packed away a worldwide honor. The entertainer who was assigned for the Best Lead Role in a Drama Series at the Hollywood and African Prestigious Award won for his job as Simon "Vader" Masire in Kings of Joburg.
The ritzy honors occurred the previous evening in Los Angeles and Connie's sibling, Sam Davis, who is additionally the co-leader of Kings of Joburg acknowledged the honor in the interest of The Fergusons.
Rulers of Joburg won the honor for Outstanding Drama Series in Africa, and Cindy Mahlangu, who plays Phumzi, won the honor for Best Supporting Actress. Taking to her Instagram record to compliment Connie Ferguson wrote a sweet message.
"I'm past thrilled for this success! Your enthusiasm, your drive, your inventive virtuoso and your evident ability went unnoticed for quite a while, yet that never debilitate nor dissuaded you from your arrangements and vision for Ferguson Films. To say I'm glad for my significant other would be the greatest misrepresentation of the truth! This person! This person! In addition to the fact that he was the greatest visionary the hardest laborer in the room! Supervisor expert! With the most brilliant grin and heartiest giggling! Painfully missed yet affectionately recollected by all," she said.
She likewise talked concerning how Shina is still enormously missed and the number of individuals is as yet enlivened by his work.
"Congrats Hubby! We get this in your honor! May the memory of you never blur to individuals and hearts! You are cherished by many, and associated with how you contacted individuals' lives and the distinction you made to them! You keep on rousing past the grave! You really are a stand-out! Picked to challenge passing."
Connie likewise complimented each and every individual who dealt with the Kings of Joburg. "In the interest of @ferguson_films, (Best series Africa,) #shonaferguson (Best entertainer in a series Arica) and @cindy_thando (Best supporting entertainer in a television series Africa!). Congrats group #fergusonfilms and teamnetflixsa!" These are significant successes for us all! I am so glad for this show and the difficult work and energy that went into making and making it!"
Shona died in July this year after he lost his fight with COVID-19. Praising his global assignment a couple of days prior, Connie talked about her late spouse's acting ability.
She said he was the most misjudged entertainer in Mzansi despite the fact that he was exceptional.
"My dear spouse, I generally let you know that you were my cherished entertainer to work with, and presumably one of the most misjudged in this country! Your ability was passed! How you focused on each character you depicted in every case left me in wonderment!"
She said her significant other's inheritance will live on and praised him for his enormous acknowledgment. She stated: "You won't ever be neglected! EVER! I have consistently been glad for you, and you keep on making us pleased past the grave! God is acceptable. Bravo Mr. Sho! Bravo!"
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