- Connie Ferguson has shared a video of herself and her daughter dancing a cool Amapiano dance move
- Connie's daughter Ali teaches her mom how to dance the cool dance which is usually seen on Amapiano music videos
- Connie's fans shared that she nailed the dance and also praised Ali for being a great teacher
Connie Ferguson recently served Mzansi with parenting goals when she posted a video of herself and her daugher getting down to Amapiano. The veteran actress shared the heart melting video on Instagram on Thursday, 17 September.
In the clip, The Queen actress' daughter Ali teaches her how to dance to Amapiano. The cool dance move called the "Pouncing Cat" is popular in most Amapiano music videos. The mother-daughter duo had just finished exercising when they decided to have some fun.
Connie's hubby, Shona, is the one who films the whole thing. He can be heard in the background saying: "Ay it's too much." Judging from all the comments from Connie's fans, she's a quick learner. Many of them shared that she nailed the dance. They also praised Ali for being a good dance teacher. She captioned the clip:
"Post gym mood! I don’t quite have #TheKid @ali.ferguson_'s swag but I tried."
Connie plays the character of Harriet Khoza on the hit telenovela. She's also the executive producer of the show. Check out some of the comments from her fans below:
"And we don't call them precious gifts for nothing!"
"Great teacher, now I finally learned how to do this dance. Thank you Ali - you killed it Connie. Yass."
"She's a good teacher."
"What a good teacher. Great kid."
"Sbwl to be like Connie as a mother."
"Thank you @ali.ferguson_ I had been trying this dance but now just got it!"
In a recent TV interview with Somizi on Dinner at Somizi's, Mufasa revealed some of the lessons he plans to pass on to little Khotso. The Amademoni hitmaker shared that one of the most important things he will teach his son "is to love God".
He also told Somgaga that he will teach his first born child to be fearless and to "go for your dreams". Cass said he would love to have the same relationship he has with his father with his son.
Cassper also took to social media on Tuesday, 15 September to share with his fans that he would be on Behind The Story on channel 129 on Wednesday night to talk about his new album Any Minute Now and being a first time dad.
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