- Black Coffee played social media detective in a really hot clap-back that happened online recently
- A local came at Black Coffee about not paying his ex-wife's electricity bill and the DJ didn't hold back
- The Drive hitmaker usually keeps quiet when people online try to drag him but this time he hit back
Mzansi social media users are quite opinionated and celebrities don't hold back when it comes back to responding sometimes.
Black Coffee decided that this time, he's not going to let things slide and hit back at a local who slammed him about allegedly not paying his ex-wife's electricity bill. Black Coffee posted a video showing off what he's working on and some locals thought he was dragging Enhle Mbali.
The fan took to the comments section to ask the DJ if he had settled the electricity bill in his home and Black Coffee did not hold back with his response.
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In true social media detective fashion, Black Coffee found an old tweet by the social media user. In the tweet, the local said that Oros is expensive and Black Coffee took a screenshot and posted it.
The DJ went on to drag the social media user for coming at him about paying his electricity bill when he's complaining about the price of Oros online. Mzansi was left in stitches and it was clear that Black Coffee is not one to mess with.
Briefly News previously reported that Enhle Mbali's electricity got cut off and Mzansi suspected foul play. Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali wanted a protection order against her estranged husband Black Coffee and was disappointed when she didn't get it.
Black Coffee responded on social media and said that he hadn't abused Enhle at all. Soon afterwards, Enhle Mbali's electricity supply in her house was cut and fans suspected that Black Coffee may have had something to do with it.
Taking to social media, Enhle shared snaps of herself in the dark and showed fans a man whom she had seen outside her house some time earlier. Fans then started to think that Black Coffee didn't pay the pills and that's why the lights went off.
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