The Fergusons angered by 'prophet' claiming Connie has cancer: 'You have very malicious intentions'

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Connie Ferguson has been "triggered" by a supposed prophet who claims that she has breast cancer.  

A man, who goes by "Prophet Aaron Xhali" on social media, posted a video clip addressed to the actor on Twitter. In the video he stated: "I see cancer in the left side, inside your breast." 

He implored Connie "to pay attention to God," ending the two-minute clip saying: "I have done my job."

"So triggered," Connie tweeted in response to the video, followed by three angry face emojis. 


Connie's eldest daughter, Lesedi, who was angered by the claims expressed her outrage on Twitter, saying: "...for a 'Man of God' you have very malicious intentions by using my family as clickbait.

"If your heart is as pure as what your calling REQUIRES you to be, you'd have found ANY OTHER WAY to deliver whatever message DIRECTLY, [sic]" she went on to say. 

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