Connie Ferguson's daughter ask for forgiveness from the Lord
By Jimfoxx03 | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 0 views
She's a young bright star of Mzansi especially what she's achieved in her life so far, it shows that there are more great things to expect fe this young lady who's the daughter of Connie Ferguson, Connie who's one of the top media personalities in Mzansi.
We all know Lesedi from Generations the Legacy, yes thay her the daughter of Connie Ferguson who now owns one of yhe top production companies in South Africa with her hubby husband Shona Ferguson.
Now Lesedi seems to be not feeling well and asked for forgiveness from the Lord for taking clear nostrils for granted, as it seems she's suffering from flue and our nostrils do get blocked when we feeling sick from flue, she posted the emojis that shows that she's suffering from flue and want the Lord to forgive her.
May you get better soon Lesedi and never had to miss you on our screens due to flue.
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