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SA man who prophesied the death of Shona Ferguson surfaces on social media – Mzansi in shock

Mzansi is in shock after the man who foretold Shona Ferguson’s death resurfaces on social media.

The man with the Twitter name Rhadebelihle, shared tweets from May, which is directed to Connie Ferguson about her husband.

In the tweets from May, the man who calls himself the sun god rha in the nomo body said Shona’s life is in danger.

“Your husbands life is in danger. I am not seeking for attention if there was a better way of getting the message through it was gonna be easy to reach out to you private.”

“I was with you 1hour ago in the spiritual astral plane the 4th dimension and this is what happened. I asked you if you are ohkay and you lied to me and said ” no it’s just a twar” I then talked about your husband how I admire and respect his uprising. You were so sad, distance, quiet. I started crying to the point I felt heart broken loosing my breath in tears and you screened.

“you *SCREAMED* in tears shouting with a heart broken sorrow saying “MY HUSBAND, MY HUSBAND” and in many times until it was over I said “I DON’T KNOW WHY AM CRYING, I DON’T KNOW WHY AM CRYING” it was so sad and devastating.

“If you don’t believe every word I say its ohkay. But for safety. Go to a traditionalist they will confirm. Tighten your family security. Make sure your family is protected especially your husband so he continues to live up to his calling as the chosen one. I thank you.”

In other news – The sweetest thing about Shona Ferguson – Wife Connie reveals

Mzansi star actress Connie Ferguson, wife of the late Shona Ferguson, penned a final farewell to her husband and shared it with her over 3 million Instagram followers and almost 2 million Facebook followers on Saturday evening.

Connie Ferguson and Shona Ferguson

“This day, 20 years ago (31 July 2001), was the day God brought you into my life, and we haven’t looked back since! Ours is a once in a lifetime kind of love,” wrote Connie. Learn More

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