- The Fergusons have decided to move forward with legal action against Vatiswa Ndara
- The actress caused waves when she wrote an open letter, exposing the business's alleged exploitation
- Many South Africans, including celebs, have supported Vatiswa
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Award-winning actress, Vatiswa Ndara, caused upset with her open letter recently. She wrote the letter to open Mzansi's eyes to the harsh reality of the entertainment industry while revealing how Ferguson Films allegedly mistreated her.
Vatiswa's letter was taken very seriously by South Africans, and support for her came flooding in.
Fellow celebs such as Pearl Thusi and Keke Mphuthi also spoke up and shared their opinions on the matter.
Now, the owners of Ferguson Films, Connie and Shona, have decided to take the legal route, Briefly.co.za gathered.
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Entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela, confidently confirmed that the family will take action against Vatiswa.
ZAlebs reported that the Ferguson family's lawyer, Brendon de Kooker, reportedly said the following:
"The allegations made in the letter regarding our clients are wrongful and published with the intention of causing our client harm."
Meanwhile, Vatiswa has responded to the legal threat, and IOL News quoted her saying:
"No one has been in touch with me regarding that. It’s just on Twitter, so I’ll just wait and see and cross that bridge when I get there."
This case is clearly far from over.
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