- The youngest daughter of Shona Ferguson, Alicia, has promised to continue the late TV producer and actor's legacy
- Alicia Ferguson was speaking during the funeral of her late dad in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 4 August
- Alicia told mourners who attended the sad funeral of the star that she will make her late father proud
Alicia Ferguson has promised to continue her father's legacy. Shona Ferguson was laid to rest on Wednesday, 4 August in Johannesburg.
The Queen producer and actor's youngest daughter told mourners at the funeral that she will make her late pops proud. She expressed that Shona encouraged her to take bigger steps in life.
ZAlebs reports that Alicia said the Ferguson Films founder motivated her to go for all the things she wants in life.
"In the past I was a child who was very much in a shell. He opened that shell and let me barge out."
In her moving tribute, Alicia said Shona promised to always be by her side "wherever he is, wherever I am". She also promised:
"I will always carry on his legacy and I will make him and my family proud."
Connie Ferguson speaks at Shona's funeral: "My heart is bleeding"
In related news, Briefly News reported that Connie Ferguson shared that she is hurting following the passing of her hubby, Shona Ferguson. The Queen actress gave a moving tribute at the funeral of the popular actor and film producer.
The heartbroken media personality told mourners that she and their children were not ready for Uncle Sho to pass away. Connie expressed that her man fought even on the hospital bed.
"I'm hurting right now, my heart is bleeding. I wasn't ready for you to go, the girls were not ready for you to go. Then you became sick."
In two clips of the funeral posted on Twitter, she further said that she anticipated both of them to grow old together.
"Never in a million years I would have thought I'll be in this position that I am in today. Speaking as I am today, without your physical presence. Sho, I thought you and I were going to grow old together."
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Source: Briefly News