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Connie Ferguson gives fans a glimpse into her home. Image: Instagram @connie_ferguson

Stand aside, Will Smith! Connie Ferguson on that ‘Generations’ slap scene

Actress Connie Ferguson has reacted to a resurfaced video of her ‘Generations’ character Karabo Moroka slapping Ntombi (Sonia Mbele).

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Connie Ferguson gives fans a glimpse into her home. Image: Instagram @connie_ferguson

The Queen actress Connie Ferguson – who is famous for playing Karabo Moroka in Generations has reacted to her slap scene with Ntombi (Sonia Mbele) in the SABC1 soapie.  

The slap scene in Generations is still considered one of the most iconic in soapville.   

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Generations viewers still remember (Karabo Moroka) Connie Fergusons’ slap scene with Ntombi two decades later.  

The show (now dubbed Generations: The Legacy) is still a fan-favourite soapie as it created many memorable moments such as Ntombi and Karabo’s rivalry, Kenneth Mashaba, and Sibusiso Dhlomo’s conflicts.   

The Queen’s casting director Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson – who is Connie Ferguson’s daughter recently shared a snippet of her mother’s character and Ntombi getting into a fight in the show’s early 2000s.  

The video which has often trended on Twitter over the years, also went viral on Tik To a few weeks ago with soapie fans applauding the actresses for making the slapping seem real.   

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Lesedi also recorded her legendary mother Connie Ferguson’s reaction to the scene as requested by a friend.   

In the recording, the actress is seen laughing at the slapping scene and also states that actresses in the 90s hardly wore weaves like today and that the slaps were real.  

“That wasn’t a weave, it was my own hair”, adding their slaps were real and they didn’t fake it like today.   

Rapper and actress Boity also commented on Lesedi’s post and said:  

“I remember the scene! When 8 pm was dedicated solely to Generations!”  

Skeem Saam actress Milly Mashile commented:  

“It’s the hair for me”  

Actress and TV personality Minnie Dlamini responded:  

“I’m dead”   

Gomora actress ceecee_ndaba (Siphesihle Ndaba):  

“Lalela! When 8 o’clock was 8 o’clock.”  

The Queen viewer Pretty Thullas  

“Now the other slap is going to happen between Harriet vs Vuyiswa watch this space.” 

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