- Ali Ferguson just added a sleeve tattoo to her body and she looks amazing with the new skin art
- Connie Ferguson's youngest daughter has also been working hard in the gym to get herself in shape
- It looks like Ali is going through what many call a "glow-up" and is living her best life from now on
Connie Ferguson's daughter Alicia recently got herself an impressive sleeve tattoo and has been showing it off. The youngest of the Fergusons is living her best life and got inked, it looks like she got a lion tattoo on her forearm and it looks amazing.
Ali and her mother have been working out tirelessly in the gym to keep their bodies in shape. Their personal trainer once again shared a snippet of the mother-daughter duo killing it in the gym and fans noticed that Ali got a new tattoo.
She hasn't posted a clear picture of the tattoo yet but it looks like it was professionally done. Of course, tattoos need to be well-thought-out since they are permanent and perhaps Ali got this to celebrate finishing matric with flying colours.
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Ali's father, Shona has an impressive collection of tattoos himself and has them on both his arms. It looks like Ali's parents have no problem with their daughter getting her own - after all, it looks amazing.
Perhaps Ali is working on a "glow-up" since she's been working out and now has added a beautiful tattoo to top it all off.
Briefly News previously reported that Shona Ferguson spat some truth that hit home hard for many. 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.
"As black people, we never hold each other accountable, it has become so easy for us to blame someone for something."
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