- Enhle Mbalin was a keynote speaker at the In Good Company Experience Summit on Tuesday evening
- She opened up about Black Coffee cheating, for the first time ever
- The story was used to empower women to stick together rather than break each other down
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Enhle Mbali stood up on Tuesday evening and opended her heart in a way she had never done before. She spoke on the topic of her husband, Black Coffee’s past mistakes.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she was a keynote speaker at the In Good Company Experience Summit which was held on Tuesday evening. She gave a moving speech that left many with tears in their eyes.
Being women’s month, the focus was on women. The almost 30 year old beaut stood up proud and asked a room full of incredible women how women can claim to be powerful when they have all been crippled by secrecy due to another’s faults?
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This all stemmed from Black Coffee’s cheating drama, something she had never before spoken about.
She went on to state that everyone has their faults, but if your own sister can turn on you, the sister you continuously protect, what does that say about women?
Enhle highlighted these points to make the point that women need to support, love and stand by one another rather than causing hurt and struggles.
“Are we only sisters when we need something from each other? Are we only sisters when I don’t want your man or the job you have? Or the shoes or clothes you have? Where does our womanhood start and where does it end?”
She closed off by stating the she loves men and respects their purpose, but that her purpose, as a woman, is to help other women understand just what ‘sisterhood’ is and to know the power that it holds.
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