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The Queen’s Brutus makes sure hector regrets his moves


It's been a wild ride since Harriet Khoza, played by Connie Ferguson on The Queen, returned to the show. Since her return, the show has left viewers on the edge of their seats. 

The show has been full of dramatic twists and turns since she had a secret affair with Hector, played by Rapulana Seiphemo, and Brutus has not.

He has made it clear on several occasions that he does not want Harriet to date her enemy. Another explosive episode aired last night, leaving viewers begging for more. 

It all started when Brutus found Harriet cheating on Hector in the Khoza mansion, for which he was furious. The situation had to be dire because he doesn't like Hector. 

An armed Brutus broke into the house and shot Hector, wounding him. He poured out his heart and said that Harriet couldn't date someone who killed her own daughter. 

The burning question is, will the two of you still date after that? Tweeps responded to the episode. 

Harriet is known for her captivating performances and always wreaking havoc on the show, so her return has been eagerly awaited as the Queen's story has recently been viewed as dull and boring. 

The Queen's cast recently greeted her with warm hands after a hiatus after the death of her husband. On her Instagram account, the actress thanked the cast and crew of the show for her warm welcome. 

“Team #thequeen #fergusonfilms I love you all very much! Thank you for today. It is good to do what you love, knowing that it is for a purpose greater than yours.

I am grateful that we continue to walk this path together, and all our victories and victories are for the glory of Almighty God. In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, ”he shared. 

Connie lost her husband Shona Ferguson on July 30, 2021 due to complications related to Covid19. Uncle Sho, as she was affectionately known, died at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg. 

Speaking of her husband's legacy, she said at his funeral that she would continue to build Shona's legacy. “Shona lived. He entered the industry like a tornado. 

Ferguson was the most underrated actor in this country. As a performer, as an artist. I don't think we appreciate it enough. I think we're showing gratitude now that he's gone. But I am grateful for that, I can feel that this angel was loved by many.

I can feel that he was adored by many. And where he is now, if you think Ferguson movies are great, you know Ferguson movies are great. Because that's my husband's legacy, and it grows stronger when I have something to do with him.

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