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Mzansi Please Pray For Connie Ferguson As She's Not OK Because Of This

Mzansi Please Pray For Connie Ferguson As She's Not OK Because Of This


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It's never easy to lose someone very close to you. Mzansi and the whole fans and viewers of The Queen have gathered together to comfort The Queen actress Connie Ferguson after the passing of her husband Shona Ferguson.


Connie Ferguson took it to social media where she show her emotions and also she did not hide how she is feeling. She revealed that she's not on a good space as she's not Okay at all. With caption: "this is 20 years ago. 4 months without you Sho. Today I'm not Okay". She said.

Death has never been easy to anyone. No matter how much one may try to avoid the void, that missing piece in your hearts will always find a way to come back to hurt you. It may not be today or tomorrow but one you those memories will come back. Connie Ferguson and her husband Shona have spend so many years as one in their journey. The couple were one of the best couple. It's sad that God choose to take one between the two of them.


Shona was a South African actor who have won many awards. He died on the 26 June 2021. Shona Ferguson was admitted to Pinehaven Hospital due to COVID-19. With his condition getting worse, he was airlifted towards the mid-days of July to Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, where he died on 30 July 2021. The actor died at the aged 47. He was buried at the Fourways Memorial Park, after a private funeral. Many people went out in numbers to support the family.

The family of Ferguson is known as a peaceful family that many love. They have many followers that are currently following them. Connie Ferguson and her husband were working together at The Ferguson’s Film. They have recruited many people and they have groomed many celebrities in their film production.

If you love Connie Ferguson as much as you claim to love her in The Queen, let's say something nice to her. Let's comfort her during this difficult day.

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