Fergusons straighten out harsh claims by The Queen's Mlamli Mangcala

Fergusons straighten out harsh claims by The Queen's Mlamli Mangcala

- The Fergusons reached their breaking point and felt the need to address Mlamli Mangcala's accusations

- Spokesperson Lauren Neil Nel straightened it all out on Metro FM, making it clear that Mlamli was not underpaid and that everything was done as per the contract he signed

- Apparently Mlamli's expenses alone cost the Fergusons over R27 000

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The Queen's Mlamli Mangcala threw some major shade at the Fergusons recently, calming they pay him practically nothing.

The Fergusons are a powerful family who are constantly being pulled through the dirt but hardly bat an eyelash at it.

Briefly.co.za reported on the accusations Mlamli made where he said he was only paid R100 for his role as Captain Sthembiso Radebe.

Mlamli’s claims had the Fergusons trending on social media again for all the wrong reasons, but this time they were not going to sit back and take it.

Speaking to Metro FM, spokesperson Lauren Neil Nel made it clear that the Fergusons had done nothing wrong, it was all as per the contract that Mlamli signed and accepted.

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"The role he plays was meant for a person residing in Johannesburg and he was made aware of that but he said he will take it, he will manage. After many complaints, the Fergusons were open to making another contract for him that says he will be paid monthly even if he has not worked. There has been a time where he has not worked however he was paid.”

Apparently Mlamli's expenses alone cost the Fergusons over R27 000, so where the R100 story came from, they do not know.

Lauren also pointed out the generosity of the Fergusons, stating that they even give their staff vouchers during the holiday season, but no one ever mentions that.

It seems the Fergusons have been pulled through the mud too many times and this time was the final straw.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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