3 Times Connie And Shona Clapped Back

Don’t come for the Fergusons!

By  | Mar 26, 2021, 04:05 PM  | Connie Ferguson  | Relationships

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In a post shared on Instagram on 25 November 2020, the actor said the level of inner peace he has found is dangerous because when you step on his wrong toe you are gone. He said his cut off game is on another level now. His wife Connie Ferguson shared the same sentiments with him when he commented "You and I both" accompanied by a finger crossed emoji. 

Shona advised his followers to ‘clean house’ which was a metaphor for removing negative people from your life. He stated, “It’s time to clean house, your life that is. Clear out your contact list. If they only call you when they need something, delete. Remove yourself from people who are constantly talking about others. #Bommaleakage #Gossipers. Unfollow all these negative people with professional, hater degrees, then block all these energy vampires. Stop the victim mentality. Your life, your responsibility. No on owes you anything. Now that the slate is clean, FOCUS! Start over now or live to regret it. Positive mind, positive life. Uncle Sho.”
Connie Ferguson has dedicated a post to her critics in September 2020, after facing a startling amount of backlash for her Glamour magazine-cover look. Many said the look was too much for a 50-year-old, but Mrs Ferguson came out to defend herself from the hate. In an Instagram post, she captioned her post: "Where life plants you, bloom with grace.”

The Fergusons received backlash when they released the star-studded trailer of Kings of Joburg with viewers slamming them for always using the same faces. Viewers accused them of recycling actors who have starred in numerous productions and demanded new talent.
Shona says the term #OpenUpTheIndustry is misused by bullies to tear other actors down. He went to explain that saying actors should be cast away because they have starred in one show is unfair.

"The term “recycling actors” is very insulting to actors in our industry. Actors act. That’s what they do for a living. Saying because they’ve been on 1 project they should be cast away and someone new must be cast is unfair. I have never cared for this particular phrase “open up the industry” because it's what we do every day of our lives. We open up the industry to new and old talent. We open up the industry to the world."

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