Connie Ferguson’s Daughter Gets People Talking With Latest Bikini Pic

Connie Ferguson’s daughter, Lesedi Matsunyane Ferguson certainly knows how to keep people talking.

Lesedi, who is the older daughter of Connie Ferguson and  her ex husband Neo Matsunyane, proves that she has that X-factor she inherited from her talented parents.

Lesedi Matsunyane Ferguson recently turned up the heat on the internet, by posting a bikini photo.

She also took the photo op as an opportunity to show off her new tattoo.

Lesedi also showed off her stretch marks, showing that she’s normal just like the rest of us here and it’s not always about the filter.


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Connie Ferguson's Daughter Gets People Talking With Latest Bikini Pic
Connie Ferguson’s Daughter


She captioned the picture


And indicated that her younger sister Alicia Ferguson had taken the picture.

Fans gushed at the bikini picture, here are some of the comments.

“So gorgeous”

“Oh my gosh this is so beautiful. Love the confidence wish I was as confident as u are about your stretch marks”

“Looking super beautiful”

Celebs , Uyanda Mbuli, Jessica Nkosi and Zenande Mfenyana also showered her with praises.

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Lesedi has managed to follow her mom Connie Ferguson’s footsteps, together with her two dads, Alex and Neo, by landing an onscreen role.

She starred on Rhythm City,  playing the character of an African-American 20-year-old called Davina Moore, who learns the ins and outs of Joburg culture

Lesedi has been accused of using her parents’ names to open doors in the entertainment industry however she stated that she might have connections, but her work speaks for itself.

Funny enough, even though there will always be nepotism claims, I’ve definitely built up a repertoire where, even though my families are linked, my craft still speaks for itself. That in itself is a blessing.I’m not in their shadow. I’m shining my own light and walking down the same path simultaneously. I’d like to think I’m adding to the lineage rather than being shadowed by it.”

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