- The Fergusons have had a rocky relationship with their fans as scandals have rocked the couple
- Former employees have accused the couple of being mistreated and unfairly dismissed
- However, Mzansi seems to have forgiven and forgotten as they heap praise on the Fergusons for the latest episode of The Queen
The Fergusons have been dragged recently on social media by former employees who have come forward with complaints at how they were treated, most for unfair dismissal.
Some of the celebs who came forward about alleged mistreatment include Dineo Langa, Mlamli Mangcala, Rami Chuene and Vatiswa Ndara.
However, fans seem to have forgotten all that drama and are singing the couple's praises, thanks to Mzansi's hit show produced by the Fergusons, The Queen.
Breifly.co.za learned that the last episode did not disappoint and the 1-hour episode and have fans in anticipation of season 5 which will be released on July 17.
Here are some reactions to the latest episode from fans:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Kenneth Nkosi has joined the stellar cast of Mzansi Magic's hit soapie The Queen. The veteran actor, who has been away from our small screens for a while now, will be playing the role of a new cop that will replace actor Mlamli Mangcala, whose contract recently came to an end.
Mzansi Magic publicist Vuyiswa Dlodlo confirmed to Sunday World that the comedian would be joining the hit telenovela but did not provide details about his role.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kuli Roberts has taken to social media to give a shout-out to her boss for believing in her. The media personality was recently cast on The Queen and has been gushing about the Fergusons ever since.
There has been much drama about the Fergusons in the last few months and a number of former employees have come out to say that they were exploited by the producer couple. However, Kuli Roberts is singing nothing but praises for Connie Ferguson and her husband.
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