- Enhle and Black Cofee's divorce has caused a lot of drama
- In an attempt to clear the ai, Black Coffee told his story
- The public held onto one tiny bit of his hold explanation, ignoring all the positive bits, and creamed him for it
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The news that Enhle Mbali and DJ Black Coffee are indeed getting a divorce did not come as a major shock, however, everything else that had slipped out after definitely has.
Ever since Enhle’s heart-breaking post went public, the public has been gunning Black Coffee.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Black Coffee spoke to City Press to set the record straight and clear his name just a little.
Black Coffee revealed that he had sent Enhle ‘a lengthy email’ back in April where he suggested they separate and work on their marriage that way. Even though Black Coffee was prepared to pay for everything Enhle and the kids needed, Enhle refused the offer.
The international sensation went on to state that Enhle was not innocent in the whole thing and that she too had her part to play.
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Being as respectful as he could, Black Coffee refused to speak ill of Enhle and took full responsibility for his actions. He also made it clear that he is suffering deeply as a result of all of this.
The dreaded court date is yet to come and Black Coffee fears what may come out when it does. He is worried about the affect it will have on his babies.
“People are going to be shocked when they hear the whole truth behind their divorce. What has been reported so far is far from being the truth, worse is coming. What is more disturbing is that these two children are very young – one is 14 months old and the other is 12 months old."
Despite Black Coffee’s attempts to remain respectful to Enhle and taking accountability, peeps held on to the fact that the man suggested a separation via e-mail and took to social media to shame shade him hard!
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