Connie Ferguson‘s eldest daughter Lesedi-Matsunyane-Ferguson is very private about her life and is rarely seen anywhere other than at their family home or at the gym. However, in recent months she has been letting the public into her personal space.
The actress who has really blossomed in the public eye answered a few questions from her fans.
She reveals that she stopped dating her baby daddy photographer Austin Malema four years ago. Not only that, but she is also single but ready for another child.
Austin Malema is one of the fathers who are challenging the stereotypical notion of black fathers being absent by being involved in his son’s life.
For the most part of Austin Malema’s life, the star photographer did not grow up with his father, he was raised by his grandmother because his mother was still a teenager when she had him, Austin says he’s always had the dream of becoming a great father to his son.
Ahhhh my son is almost a year old 😍😍 pic.twitter.com/Xjq7jyhpzs
— Mushavhi vho Malema (@AustinMalema) March 3, 2016
“Call me weird but I’ve always wanted to be a dad. I loved the relationship that my favourite sitcom dad on All of Us had with his kids and knew I’d be just like that” he said to TrueLove Magazine.
What Austin treasure’s the most is building a relationship with his son, Ronewa, who has a fanbase of his own as a meme king on social media.
My son makes me the happiest 😍 pic.twitter.com/oAdKcKBIuo
— Mushavhi vho Malema (@AustinMalema) July 27, 2016
“It’s the little things, spending time and learning from my son, to see him smile,” he said.
Neither Lesedi or Austin “Mr. Credit The Photographer” Malema have ever went public with their relationship or lack thereof, but Austin is very much a part of his son’s life. Austin is responsible for a number of the pictures on Lesedi’s Instagram feed but rarely talks about her.
Hahaha when I told my mom about Lesedi being pregnant I was worried about 1 thing. I did not know how to really answer the question if she asked. 🤣🤣 image your parents asking you “how did it happen?”
You can’t really answer this question 🤞🏾
— Mushavhi vho Malema (@AustinMalema) April 21, 2019
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