Mzansi's award-winning DJ Black Coffee took to social media to announce that he has planned a road trip with his kids for the holidays.
DJ Black Coffee may have had an exceptional year in his music career, but his personal life has been a rather rocky road.
At first there were rumours about him and his wife, Enhle Mbali splitting, which they both denied and tried to resolve on their own. However, eventually Enhle revealed via social media that she had filed for a divorce.
The award-winning DJ tried to keep his personal life out of the media but eventually opened up about their marriage, saying he tried everything but they had grown apart, and there were lots of other reasons which he refused to disclose.
But DJ Black Coffee remained true to one thing, which was his children, and promised to be there for them no matter what. Well, for the holidays, he's off on a road trip with his kids. He posted a snap of his kids on the gram and captioned it: "Road trip with the Squad."
DJ Black Coffee's Instagram post gathered more than 13.5k likes and 141 comments. Most of the fans who commented were wishing him well for the holidays, while some admired his sports car, a Lamborgini, and him serving father goals.
Here's a few comments from his post:
pippavosper: "Wishing you all the happiness for 2020 with your beautiful family ❤️"
claptone.official: "Happy holidays"
kasangomusic: "Safe travels bro ❤️"
waynealuwani: "Great dad❤️... I wanna be a better man"
realdboo5: "Woooow bro that car"
blessingkgapola: "In a Lamborghini ❤️"
volli8936: "Merry Christmas boeta, and safe travels to you and your family."
Meanwhile, a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that angry fans took to social media to share their disappointment with DJ Black Coffee’s Music Is King event in Durban that weekend after heavy winds wreaked havoc at the festival.
DJ Black Coffee apologised to fans, announcing that another concert was being planned for this Sunday.
Durban fans had high hopes for the show after hearing about the sold-out show in Johannesburg. But they were left disappointed and angry when the show was delayed on Sunday, and some acts were cut from the line-up.
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