- Connie Ferguson has taken to social media to let Mzansi know that she supports any new local production
- The star said she supports new TV shows "a million percent", especially those by young black producers
- The veteran actress also suggested that the Fergusons would "outlive" any negative social media hashtags
Connie Ferguson has taken to social media to let Mzansi know that she supports new local TV shows, especially by young black producers.
The star, who produces hit telenovela The Queen with her husband Shona Ferguson, was responding to a tweep who said there's a campaign to smear the Fergusons.
"Every time there is a new show by other people, there is an attempt to smear the Fergusons. It's tiring. It's not a coincidence that Gomora arrives and suddenly there is a truckload of complaints."
The actress, who portrays the part of Harriet Khoza on The Queen, gave a matured response to @advmofokeng1's allegation.
"The more shows, especially by young black producers, the merrier! We support them a million percent!"
Another tweep, @izzonline, urged Connie not to be distracted by the recent online hashtags accusing the Fergusons of mistreating their actors.
"Wow. Ke a leboga. My eldest daughter is your biggest fan - business woman-wise and creativity too via Ferguson Films. All the best. Keep standing above the 'MustFalls'.
"#Mustrise outlives any must fall!"
She also responded to tweeps who were showing love to her.
"Bless you," she said.
Briefly.co.za reported that Dineo Langa has revealed that she was fired from The Queen. The actress, who played Kea Khoza on the soapie, said her character was removed from the show.
The stunner was reacting to fans who had been asking her when she would be returning to the soapie.
Shona recently took to social media to wish his wife a happy birthday when she turned 50 on 10 June. DJ Tira also wished the media personality a special day.
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