Shona Ferguson teases a move into the music industry with Insta post

Shona Ferguson teases a move into the music industry with Insta post

- Shona Ferguson took to Instagram to post a photo of himself and a caption that said he would be dropping an album next year

- Shona is quite the media mogul so followers weren't quite sure whether the star was being serious about moving into the music industry or just making a joke

- Fans and famous friends took to the comments section to share their thoughts on Shona making music, whether he was serious or not

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Shona Ferguson had fans buzzing after he posted a picture to his Instagram account and captioned it with the words: "Album dropping January 2021"

Usually, people would think that this was just a silly play-on-words to go along with the picture. The problem is that Shona is such a media giant that if he really wanted to make a move to the music industry - he could.

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Fans could not really tell whether Shona was joking or not, but they took to the comments to give their takes on a Ferguson album.

Shona Ferguson teases a move into the music industry with Insta post
Shona Ferguson may be dropping an album or he may be poking fun. Source: @ferguson_films/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Shona's fans jumped straight to the comments section to joke along with him and give their opinions. Even his most famous followers couldn't resist chiming in:

zakesbantwini: "Executive producer : Zakes Bantwini & Jerry Maake for The Queen Recordings"
casspernyovest: "Haha chesa"
gail_mabalane: "I’ve ordered my copy via the link your bio!"
simzngema: "Waiting in anticipation"
abdul_khoza: "Ishuuuu you forgot DROPS"

In previous Ferguson-related news, reported on Connie and Shona speaking about finalising their deal with Netflix for their new show Kings of Joburg.

Media power couple, Shona and Connie Ferguson, recently released news that they had solidified a partnership with international streaming service Netflix. The pair came to the agreement with the streaming giant for their upcoming series, Kings of Joburg and expressed excitement about reaching a new milestone.

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Netflix SA released a statement that allowed both Connie and Shona Ferguson to explain why they were so happy with the partnership and what made them decide to move forward with the series.

Part of what Connie said was quoted by and she spoke about how excited she was to be showcasing South African talent, as well as telling South African stories, for a global audience:

“We’re living in exciting times where the world is becoming smaller and smaller. What used to be out of reach is now a stone throw away! With Kings Of Joburg, we are taking South Africa and Africa to the world and bringing the world to South Africa."

Connie concluded by adding how honoured she and Shona were about the collaboration with Netflix and how proud she was of the final product:

"It was an honor to work with Netflix to bring to life this passion project we are truly proud of."

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Source: Briefly News

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