- Zenande Mfenyana has come out to defend the Fergusons as more actors take a stand
- The power couple has been under scrutiny after a few former actors accused them of underpayment
- Zenande has joined SK Khoza and Kuli Roberts to stand against the negative press
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Zenande Mfenyana has joined the growing list of actors who are coming to the Ferguson's defence. She took to social media and made it clear that she was not about the hate being spread, saying:
"Hands off the Fergusons."
SK Khoza and Kuli Roberts have also sung the praises of the Fergs after recently joining the cast of The Queen.
Connie and Shona have been getting a lot of hate from their former employees recently. This comes after an actor accused them on underpaying their workers.
Furthermore, Dineo Langa hinted at the same thing after revealing that she was fired from The Queen. Veteran actress Rami Chuene, who was also dismissed from the Fergusons' production, is said to have stood up to them, hence the dismissal.
Zenande, however, has a different side to share. The actress, who plays Goodness Mabusa on The Queen, is not happy with how some are speaking negatively of her employers. She took to Twitter and said:
“Don’t for one second assume I will entertain people badmouthing my bosses, so if you have something negative to say about them, don’t bring it in my mentions please. Let’s respect each other. Hands off the Fergusons."
Another actress, Kuli Roberts, also had nothing but words of praise for the power couple. She recently joined The Queen and said:
“I joined The Queen and gained 5 kilos."
Obviously that's happy relationship weight.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that SK Khoza came out in support of Shona and Connie Ferguson. Khoza sent an encouraging message to the couple and told them to pay no mind to the haters. His shout-out comes after two former actors from The Queen have recently been in the limelight.
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