- The Fergusons posted a video of the cast and crew of The Queen having a great time together
- This has resulted in fans getting serious FOMO and wishing they could work for the Fergusons
- The comments section was flooded with reactions to the video and how happy the "family" of The Queen look
Connie Ferguson posted a video on Instagram showing the cast and crew of The Queen having a blast at an event.
The cast and crew are seen dancing and having a lekker time, with social media users getting jealous they don't work for them.
Briefly.co.za learned that social distance regulations were observed as the cast and crew danced on what appears to be a tennis court.
Connie captioned the video with the following comment:
"THE QUEEN cast & crew yesterday. @thembsiematu was not about to miss out on the turn-up. @kido_killer nice come back melaiti @connie_ferguson @dumantando @jessicankosi @skcoza & Ngusto leading the pack. I think @j_sibu2.0 was still in character"
This is what fans had to say about the video:
"I like the fact that u always have fun on set."
"I just love her craft and never mind character ."
"The love here is incredible."
" the guy with a black hoodie ke mood"
The same video was posted on the main channel of the Fergusons:
" That's a happy family right there "
"As I make my way into becoming a cast member "
"The love here is incredible. I wish all productions could learn from this. Through all of the challenges, the Ferguson’s have always maintained love and support for their peeps. That some dope ish. True love. Big ups."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
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.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Queen's Mlamli Mangcala threw some major shade at the Fergusons recently, claiming 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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