Fans React To Enhle Playing Ex-Hubby’s Music

Fans React To Enhle Playing Ex-Hubby’s Music

Actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa enjoyed a week off with her children in Durban and judging from her social media posts they had a blast. The actress shared videos of what they got up to on their family vacation but one post caught many people’s attention and it had something to do with her ex-husband Black Coffee.

Sharing a video compilation of what she and her kids got up to, her post was a song by Emeli Sande called Next To Me and she said her eldest son chose it. Her second post was of her practicing her form at the golf course and she used ex-hubby’s song Your Eyes, featuring Shekina.

In her caption, she did not write his name but used a black coffee emoji instead. This prompted mixed reactions from her fans who asked her if she misses the DJ or if they had gotten back together or not.

Enhle answered her followers as candidly as she possibly could. One follower asked her if she misses him and she said, “No, do you?” Another one said she must inform the masses if she and the father of her kids have rekindled their love but she laughed and said “nope.”

Screenshot Enhle’s IG comments section

Another follower told Enhle that they pray for Coffee and her to get back together, “I’m still praying for you and Black Coffee to get back together, somehow I see hope in you too. There are people who lost hope in marriage when you guys separated. I hope God intervene and make you guys work because it’s obvious the love is there, I feel there is so much interference in your marriage.” But Enhle responded by saying the person should pray for something more meaningful.

Screenshot Enhle’s IG comments section

Enhle is currently faced with ‘broke’ claims as City Press reported that she had her electricity bill cut off for a week this time. The actress hit back at the publication a day before the story got published saying that she received a call from them saying they have been at her home for a week but nobody seemed to be home. She also said they mentioned that there seems to be a black out at her home but she was considering suing the publication.

“I just came back from a trip right and I got a call from the publication, City Press, and they have been saying they have been roaming around my house the whole week, and noticed there was no one home or there was a black out. Is that legal, is that not stalking, What do you guys think I should do?” she asked.

Enhle’s lights were probably switched off because she and her kids went away to Zimbali in KZN for a week. Her mother also came to her defense and said these were false claims.

Apparently the sources claim that Enhle cannot afford her lifestyle ever since separating from her estranged hubby. The Maphumulo family allegedly told Enhle that she should cut down costs and move to a smaller house because she does not have a stable job which can guarantee income security.

“It looks as if Mbali can’t maintain the kind of lifestyle she used to have with Black Coffee, but she’s refusing to let go. The family has advised her to downsize many times, but she just won’t listen. That house is very big, she currently doesn’t have a stable job and the money she receives every month is just a drop in the ocean when it comes to covering expenses.”

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