Black Coffee

Black Coffee and his estranged wife Enhle Mbali. Images via Instagram @realblackcoffee @enhlembali_.

‘She needs to apologise to Black Coffee’: Tweeps troll Enhle Mbali

Twitter users are dragging actress Enhle Mbali over the abuse allegations she made against her estranged husband Black Coffee.

Black Coffee

Black Coffee and his estranged wife Enhle Mbali. Images via Instagram @realblackcoffee @enhlembali_.

Twitter users are trolling actress Enhle Mbali over her  estranged husband Black Coffee after a clip of her interview with Dineo Ranaka and Sol Phenduka on Kaya FM went viral on Friday 19 August.


Actress Enhle Mbali sat down for an interview with radio personality Dineo Ranaka and her co-host Sol Phenduka. She revealed that she had checked herself into a mental facility.

“I remember before doing Sincerely Yours [her podcast], I found myself having to go to a mental institution,” she said. 

She went on to say that she had been suffering from depression.

“At this point, I’m not remembering anything. I’m constantly numb. I don’t know how I feel. I don’t have an opinion. And that to me said something is wrong.I was crying every second I could possibly get. I was mourning a death and the death happened a long time ago,” she continued. 

Take a look at the full episode…

This comes after Enhle accused her estranged husband Black Coffee of abusing her at her birthday party in March 2021. She then applied for a protection order against the renowned DJ but this was denied Randburg Magistrates Court in May 2021.

The pair tied the knot in 2011 and in February this year Enhle exclusively told The South African that their divorce still had not gone through. Black Coffee and the actress have two sons – Asante and Anesu. The DJ is rumoured to have fathered other children outside of their marriage.

ALSO READ: ‘I was mourning a death’: Enhle on checking into a mental institution


Twitter users troll the actress over the abuse allegations she made against Black Coffee. Take a look…

“This must be directed to the ” I believe her” gang. Women are always vile and ready to bash on men without facts as they are doing on TollAss and that Lerato Moloi girl,” wrote @ZuluProblemChld.

“She was definitely in a crazy space, put up a great act, sadly fuelled by hurting & need for revenge to fix her ex. Unfortunately social media has an appetite for & fuel drama. Great that she has, on her own, owned up to come out of it & can reflect. Tweeps cancelled each other,” wrote @MannTanks.

While others defended the actress.

“I feel for Enhle Mbali woman go through so much,” wrote @Rori_m241.

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