- DJ Black Coffee took time out to chat with Scoop Makhatini in a Q&A session on Instagram
- He shared his feelings with regards to the Covid-19 epidemic and let fans know what he had been getting up to during lockdown
- It is clear to see that lockdown has made Coffee have a hella reality check and forced him to get his priorities in order
- While he loves what he does, he sees how much it takes away from everything else, like being a dad
So many people are on lockdown worldwide, giving them the opportunity to be home and spend time with their families. DJ Black Coffee is no different and is grateful for the quality time he has to enjoy it with his family.
DJ Coffee shared that apart from putting a hold on his brand for 2020, he was using this period to take time out to have time for himself and focus on healing after the divorce from Enhle Mbali. It has also given him the opportunity to be a father to his children.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Coffee took time out to chat with Scoop Makhatini in a Q&A session on Instagram.
The 44-year-old DJ shared his feelings with regards to the Covid-19 epidemic. He said that he was overwhelmed by the outbreak as it resulted in him having to put his tours and gigs on hold. At the same time, Coffee said he was grateful for the break.
With the divorce he had to deal with last year, Coffee commented that he had to wake up and go not having time to deal with himself. He did not have the time to examine what his contribution was compared to his loss.
Coffee went on to say that the time he has now comes as a blessing. It has given him time to reflect on what he went through last year. He knows he is a winner and having this time to work on himself is something he is grateful for.
This time of the year is generally a busy time for Coffee, but due to the shutdown, he is able to self-isolate just him and his son enjoying quality time together.
Reality sets in at a time like this and one has to own up and do things we normally do not do. Coffee shared that his car needed a wash and even though he does not wash his car, he pulled a Mr Miyagi on his son, showing him the ropes of how to wash a car with the words "Wax on, wax off".
The lockdown has Coffee in a different frame of mind. The DJ commented that at this point in his life, where he is not a brand, he is for the people.
Looking back at his life as a DJ, Coffee says he was so prepared and acknowledges that everything happens for a reason.
As a father and DJ, Coffee lovingly said that his children is what he needs to think of and put them first.
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