- Brenda Ngxoli has taken to social media to rave about her new bosses, the Fergusons
- The actress gushed about having her own dressing room and top-of-the-range make up products
- Brenda explained that in the 15 years that she has been in the industry, she has never experienced that type of treatment
Veteran actress Brenda Ngxoli has taken to social media to gush about the VIP treatment she has received from the Fergusons ever since joining The Queen.
The actress shared that she has her own dressing room with a gown and slippers. She explained that in all her experience in the industry, she has never experienced such.
The thespian recently joined the hit show as NomaPrincess 'Noma' Matshikiza - and is being treated like a true princess.
Brenda shared an image of her Ferguson Films dressing room on Instagram with a lengthy caption about how she has never experienced that type of treatment before.
"With More than 15 years in the Industry; I can Finally say I have my own dressing room. This is a first for me.... Here I have my own gown, slippers etc. ”
Brenda also revealed that she was finally using real make up brands on her face and not fake China brands. Yikes.
Social media users shared their thoughts. Insta user mus_the_girl said:
"You deserve it. You're one of our precious gems in SA"
"Yes wena gal"
"Your talent and acting skill it's on another level. One can't help but fall in love...."
In other news, 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.
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.
Briefly.co.za learned that a recent episode did not disappoint and the 1-hour episode and had fans in anticipation of season 5.
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