As Vatiswa Ndara’s claims of “mistreatment” against Ferguson Films continues to dominate headlines, Connie Ferguson has been sharing cryptic posts about being content with herself.
Ferguson Films, which is owned by media moguls Connie and Shona came under fire this week, after Vatiswa penned an open letter to arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa.
In it, Vatiswa lifted the lid on allegations of “exploitation and bullying”.
The Fergusons have since issued a press statement denying the claims and labelled it “misguided, misdirected and misleading”.
Despite the drama surrounding them, Connie seems to be keeping her head down.
Taking to Instagram Live, she shared a post which seemingly spoke to her current state of mind.
“Not everyone will like you, that’s okay. Just remember to like yourself enough for everyone,” she wrote.
She also shared a video of a speech by Oprah Winfrey about not everyone being happy about your success.
In the speech, Oprah said, “People don’t always like you and they are not always happy for you. If you surround yourself with people who are not accustomed to your success, they become fearful. They become scared because you are reflecting back something to them that they don’t recognise. People who want the best for you, want you to be your best.”
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