- South African actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa trended on social media on Monday for her stunning pictures
- Mzansi took some time to appreciate the media personality's striking beauty and gorgeous body
- The actress previously trended online after she threatened to expose her estranged husband Black Coffee
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has been trending on social media for the wrong reasons for these last few weeks. However, on Monday morning, the actress shook off the negative vibes and trended online just for simply being what her name suggests - beautiful.
Social media users were blown away by Enhle looking stunning in four different looks.
Many agreed that since parting with Black Coffee, Enhle has has a major glow up.
Check out some of the reactions:
“Ever since she left that guy she’s gorgeous.”
“She looks great.”
“She is so beautiful.”
“She’s fine as hell.”
“Electricity is temporary but drip is forever.”
“No electricity at home but drip is forever.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that South African actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa lost her application for a protection order against Black Coffee. The emotional woman recorded a video telling the world that she would no longer protect her estranged husband with her silence.
She has vowed to speak about all she has suffered from him over the years.
The teary Mbali recorded the video while sitting in her car. In the footage, she said that she has been protecting Black Coffee for too long. She mentioned that she has also been protecting other women, although she did not explain that statement.
Enhle maintains that Black Coffee hit her hand and pushed her on the day of her birthday party. She also went on to accuse the DJ of manipulating their children and playing emotional games with her.
Enhle said that she regrets having to tear down all that Black Coffee has built but felt that she had to claim her power back.
The Rockville actress seems to have declared war as the bitter divorce between the media personalities rages on.
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