Black Coffee Enhle

Photo: Black Coffee / Twitter

‘Pay your bills, I’ve been giving you R65k!’ – Black Coffee slams Enhle

A brutal divorce battle spilled over onto social media today: Black Coffee has hit back at Enhle’s claims that he ‘cut-off her electricity’ earlier…

Black Coffee Enhle

Photo: Black Coffee / Twitter

Divorce is a messy, messy beast. The furious fall-out witnessed between Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali on Tuesday proves that – and the drama played out all over social media. A row over electricity bills prompted the superstar DJ to chastise his estranged partner, claiming that he’d been giving her plenty of money to cover her utilities.

How much money has Black Coffee been giving Enhle?

Earlier in the day, Enhle had posted on Instagram that the electricity at her place had been deliberately cut-off, and she hinted that Black Coffee was to blame. The musician was having none of it however, and flew into action online – claiming to have given the mother of his children a new car, child support payments, and R65 000 in handouts:

“I’ve been taking care of all the household expenses. I take care of all the kids and their school needs. On top of this, since November, I’ve been paying R65K towards you and the kids. After separating, I got you a full-paid car in your name.”

“From March I have been sending you electricity statements – which you are aware of. Yesterday they cut the lights and you’re here once again creating another narrative that it was because of me. Take care of your bills!” | Black Coffee

DJ’s divorce plays out online

Enhle is yet to respond, but it is clear that Black Coffee is in no mood to let certain allegations go unchallenged. The pair have been publicly mud-slinging since they agreed to separate, and this bad blood won’t clear anytime soon…

“Just like the assault case, there’s no NDA – never has been. It brought me so much pain to watch your videos making fun of this situation with the kids, they honestly don’t deserve this. I have now settled the electricity bill this time just for the sake of the kids. Moving forward, you pay your electricity bill – the kids shouldn’t go through this.”