- Connie Ferguson has taken to social media to pen a heartwarming message to her little sister on her birthday
- Mrs Ferguson is huge believer in family and it's evident in the way she proudly shows off her own
- She praised her younger sister and expressed how much she loves her in the sweet online post
Connie Ferguson recently took to social media to wish her baby sister a happy birthday. The media mogul penned a sweet message for her sibling and shared a beautiful picture of her.
Connie is one lady who truly loves her family. She is always proudly showing off her hubby and their kids.
This time, the talented actress took to Instagram to share a picture of her sister and wish her a happy 39th birthday.
Mrs Ferguson wrote:
"A very happy birthday to my TWINNY, my bestest best friend, my lil sis, my mother’s child, my BANAS @astoshiah. That I love you is an understatement! I can’t believe I used to change your diapers and you’re 39 today! Wow! I thank God for you my mothoo, and pray that he keeps you and grants you everything your heart desires! I love you nana. Happy birthday!"
Connie's Instagram followers joined the beautiful women in wishing her sister well. Instagram user thembakazi27 said:
"You really look alike. Happy Women's Day to you ladies and happy birthday to her."
"Happy birthday to her."
"Happy birthday @astoshiah wishing you a blessed blessed one and many beautiful years to come."
"Happy birthday Queen @astoshiah"
Connie Ferguson recently took 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 mature response to @advmofokeng1's allegation.
"The more shows, especially by young black producers, the merrier! We support them a million percent!"
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