Shona Ferguson Spits Some Truth That Hits Home Hard for Many: "It's Simple"

Shona Ferguson Spits Some Truth That Hits Home Hard for Many: "It's Simple"

- Shona Ferguson took to social media to say some things that he felt need to be said

- Calling black people out for not holding one another accountable, Shona explained how he does not allow negative and toxic people around him

- Shona wants black people to know that they are worthy, they just need to make the right choices, and many respected this

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Shona Ferguson took to social media to drop some truth bombs that hit hard. Shona spoke on how black people fail to hold one another accountable for the things they do wrong and that's why there are so many issues going unresolved.

Taking to social media with a powerful clip, Shona expressed how he believes black people have a hard time calling one another out and that's hindering their personal growth as a nation.

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"As black people, we never hold each other accountable, it has become so easy for us to blame someone for something. We allow certain things to happen within ourselves and our circles that we shouldn't. The first thing we never call each other out when we brutally and blatantly go out of our way to pull down and destroy another successful person."
Shona Ferguson spits some truth that hits home hard for many
Shona Ferguson shared some wisdom on social media that opened many peoples eyes to their wrongdoings. Image: @fergusonfilms.
Source: Instagram

Shona expressed how he has set boundaries for himself in terms of the people he allows around him. Nasty people are not welcome in his circle and that has made the world of difference.

"I made it a point that if you are going to be in my circle, you are negative and you are toxic, I'm going to cut you out, I don't care who you are. I'm not going to have regrets about it. If you are negative and toxic in my circle, you are gone. It's simple."

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Shona wants his black brothers and sisters to know that they are capable, that they are worthy, and that they can do anything they set their mind to if they just make the right choices.

“YOU ARE WORTHY! Black brothers and sisters! You are worthy and deserving of love, happiness and success.”

Fans took to the comment section to thank Shona for the moving message and for dropping facts that needed to be heard.

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@andilemguda: “THANK you sir, needed to hear that... black child rise!!!”
@ntefot: “Thank you big brother... for the message and leading by example.”
@ncence3819: “Thank you so much for this truthful statement, God bless you."
@jaburadebe0: “That's true, thank you.”

Briefly News previously reported that TV producers Shona and Connie Ferguson have launched their own foundation. The popular actors took to social media to share the good news.

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The aim of the foundation is to reportedly support disadvantaged people in the African continent. The Ferguson Foundation also aims at empowering people in business, education and film. It aims to create balanced and equal opportunities for women.

The Queen actress took to Instagram a few days ago and made the announcement. The media mogul said they have been working tirelessly with their amazing team to make this dream come to fruition.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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