- Connie Ferguson is a firm believer that having access to your man's bank account is a good thing
- The actress said that it helps strengthen a marriage when she a agreed with her husband Shona Ferguson online
- The couple made it clear that a man should provide and the woman handles the finances in the relationship
Mzansi actress and producer Connie Ferguson has just dropped some wisdom on what she thinks makes a good marriage. Her husband, Shona Ferguson took to social media to school Mzansi gents on how to treat a woman. His post read:
"Pray for women, respect women, love women, praise women, support women, listen to women, encourage women and lastly give your woman full access to your bank account."
Social media users had a lot to say about Shona's post, especially the part where he spoke about giving your lady full access to your bank account. Connie took to the comments and let the people know that her husband is right.
"Class is in session! School them wena skat! It's all of them for me," said Connie.
Shona's reasoning for giving your woman money is because he thinks men need to consider that they carry their children for nine months. Connie also took the time to elaborate on why this is important.
"Let me elaborate on that last point. Doing so is the biggest sign of good faith and trust. The woman gets to appreciate the lack or excess. None of this says be reckless and irresponsible."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Shona Ferguson dished some wisdom on social media. Shona Ferguson has been around for some time and knows a thing or two about life. So, when he spews a bit of wisdom, best believe you take out your notepad and pen.
The amount of gossip that takes place on a daily basis is actually alarming. Being in an industry where gossip is as free as the air we breathe, Shona knows just how toxic it can be.
Shona took to social media to school us all on the effects of talking about other people. One small story travels far and becomes something that can be destructive.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
Source: Briefly News