- Connie Ferguson's daughter, Lesedi Matsunyane revealed her relationship status during an Instagram Q&A game
- The social media influencer and actress shared that she is single and split up with her baby daddy, Austin Malema four years ago
- Lesedi revealed that she wants to have another child, hinting that her son Ronewa can have a sibling soon
Connie Ferguson's oldest daughter, Lesedi Matsunyane has revealed her relationship status. It is a bit out of character for her, because she usually keeps that side of her life extremely private. In the last few months, Lesedi has been opening up more to her followers.
The Mzansi influencer who usually has TikTok videos going viral on the app, answered a few questions from her fans.
Lesedi revealed that she ended her relationship with her son's father and photographer Austin Malema four years ago. She also said that she was single but she is ready to have another child.
Lesedi hilariously commented that it has been 84 years when an Instagram user asked her if she was single in Q&A game. Even though she's single, she seems like she's ready to mingle.
Austin Malema is one of the fathers in Mzansi who is challenging stereotypes. Austin is always there for his son with Lesedi, Ronewa. He revealed that he's always dreamt of becoming a good father.
Lesedi and Austin never really went public with their relationship but one thing remains is that they are good co-parents to their son.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported on the father of Lesedi's child, Austin Malema. Super talented photographer Austin Malema is the father of Connie Ferguson's grandson Ronewa.
Connie's daughter Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson is the mother to Ronewa, who has his own fanbase on social media for being an undisputed meme king. Many tweeps from Mzansi use pictures of Ronewa as memes or response pictures.
Austin treasures fatherhood and has shared that he has actually always wanted to be dad.
He told True Love magazine: "I loved the relationship that my favourite sitcom dad on All of Us had with his kids and knew I'd be just like that."
Austin did not grow up being raised by his father. He was raised by his grandmother because his mother had him when she was still a teenager.
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