Tweeps send #PrayersforEnhle after traumatic attempted hijack

Tweeps send #PrayersforEnhle after traumatic attempted hijack

South Africans took to social media to show support for Black Coffee’s wife Enhle Mbali Maphumulo after she experienced a traumatizing hijacking on Wednesday.

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TimesLIVE reported South Africans took to Twitter to share well wishes and prayers to Enhle, who had to be hospitalized after a hijacking on Wednesday, where crooks almost made off with the Porsche her hubby bought her.

So, decided to gather a few of the #PrayForEnhle messages on Twitter.

Zanele Madiba wrote, “The 3 men who hijacked Enhle Mbali have left her with scars they cannot even begin to comprehend. I wish her healing. It's gonna take a while.”

Social media user @KC_Mashatola wrote, “Oh God help this country to get better! Wishing @enhlembali a speedy recovery, I can imagine the trauma of a parent at that moment. Will be praying for you baby girl. I see Coffee relocating to Europe.”
“We with you @enhlembali , I know how you feel, I’m still traumatized after we had a break in a few days ago in our home where they took all electronics while we were sleeping, we woke up to the wall without tv, everything taken, this world we leave in,” @WendyMhlongo wrote.

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Tweeps believe Black Coffee and his family might be emigrating after the hijacking incident, which the SA musician had firsthand experience of last year.

As reported earlier, Enhle was traumatised in an attempted hijacking yesterday afternoon in Hyde Park by three armed men.

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