“Your kids need you ausi” – Fans Concerned After Connie Ferguson Posted This:. Connie Ferguson’s latest tweet has left her fans concerned. This is after she took to her Twitter account and complained that she had been without her sense of taste for far too long.
Although Connie did not reveal that her illness is connected to COVID-19, many suspect she has it, and they have taken to the comments section to wish her a speedy recovery.
One of her fans commented on the tweet, “Your kids need you ausi. Fight, whatever it is,”
Connie has been grieving the loss of her husband Shona Ferguson. The actor passed away on 30 July 2021 at the Milpark private hospital in Johannesburg due to COVID-19 related complications. At his funeral service, his sister-in-law Atosie Pilane said he fought a very hard battle.
“Mr. Sho fought. He fought a very hard battle. And it seems like he had a plan for us as the family to prepare for us in the two weeks because my family turned into having so much faith. We prayed so much. That two weeks was like a turnaround for the family. There would be days where we would get to the hospital and we would see the nurse panicking and shaking. More or less telling us as a family that they did all they could and this is our time to say goodbye.
“Unfortunately, on the 29th around 23h50 after we had spent the day there. The saying we should rush to the hospital, we spent the whole night with him, until the next day on the 30th and around past 7, the doctor came and told us to keep doing what we were doing because he is now stable and looking better. We went back home and freshened up and as soon as we were done we got another call saying come back to the hospital. Unfortunately, when we got there the doctors told us that my brother had just left us.”
Connie has been documenting her mourning process through social media. The actress has been expressing her gratitude to God for blessing her with such a wonderful man. She recalled the day, the two of them first met.
“I have been loved. By God. More than I even thought was possible. Because God sent me an angel at a time when I think I had given up on love. And, my biggest mission in life was to see my daughter grow. Lesedi was eight years old at the time.
One evening. Very unexpectedly, very unannounced, an angel walked into my house. I was introduced to this angel by his laughter. I was all the way down the passage in my bedroom. And I just heard this laughter coming from my kitchen. I wasn’t expecting any guests. I was expecting my sister. She lived with me and Lesedi at the time.”
Connie recently commemorated 4 months since the passing of her husband, she also celebrated their 20 year anniversary. Taking to her Instagram, Connie has shared a photo of her and Shona on their wedding day saying, “Today 20 years ago… 4 months without you Sho. Today, I’m not okay”