- Shona Ferguson’s funeral had the people of Mzansi in tears, especially when South African singer Teboho Moloi performed
- Teboho sang praise and worship in Shona’s honour, leaving everyone overcome with emotion and in tears
- Social media users posted, commenting on the power of Moloi’s performance and how perfect it was for Shona’s send-off
Shona Ferguson was laid to rest today and his funeral was covered by multiple media houses. South African singer Teboho Moloi performed in Shona’s honour, leaving many in tears.
Seeing Moloi’s performance had many overcome with emotion. The worship songs that Teboho sang are something many feel Shona would have loved.
Social media has been buzzing with comments regarding the funeral with many commenting on how Moloi’s performance was the perfect touch for Shona’s send-off.
@joy_zelda commented on Moloi’s performance:
@DinnyMazibuko thanked Teboho:
@pride_np got the feels:
@NokiNoks praises Moloi on a job well done:
@DiiMaKaTso was taken aback:
Zendande Mfenyana heartbroken following passing of her boss, Shona Ferguson
Zendande Mfenyana is heartbroken following the untimely passing of her boss, Shona Ferguson. The actress and the late The Queen producer became close to each other while working on the set of the telenovela, reported Briefly News.
Zenande took her time to react to the death of the popular Mzansi TV producer and actor. She took to social media on Monday, 2 August to share how the news of Shona's death affected her.
Zenande Mfenyana said she was driving when she heard the news of the star's passing. She wrote on Twitter:
"I had to pull up on the side of the road coz I was weeping so much, I was trying to sing 'Jehova Re Tshepile Wena' and I could only manage to breathe the song, no sound came out. Haaibo Lord, this is too painful. Oh Mr Sho."
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