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PICS: A look into 86th Birthday celebration of Connie Ferguson’s father

South African actress and businesswoman, Connie Ferguson took to her social media to celebrate her father who turned a year older yesterday.

The star threw a lavish party for him and he could not be more excited.

Connie Ferguson

Connie went on to pen down a beautiful message to her father.

She said: “A very happy birthday to my #pops my #strering my #sensei the #goat 🎂🎉🎈🎊🥳❤️Seeing you this happy surrounded by the people you love, who love you back, warmed my heart in a way I can’t even explain!😍 Thank you Papzo for EVERYTHING! For the love, for the support, for your youthful spirit, and for being my biggest inspiration!🙏🏾 I love you. I pray God protect and keep you for us. I pray he grants you continued peace of mind, a healthy body and an unwavering spirit! In the mighty name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ I pray that smile never leaves your face, that you enjoy everlasting happiness, joy and contentment! Anyone who has the honor of being around you leaves with with their cup filled, and a new zest for life! You are one of a kind Pops! What is absolutely beautiful is that you know it!😂👊🏾❤️HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY HERO!🎂🎊🎈🎉❤️

Connie Ferguson

Connie has two very beautiful daughters and also a grandson and she loves them whole heartelty so.

It is her father’s birthday today and all his children came together to celebrate it and it was a black and gold decor and it looked amazing.


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