- Black Coffee felt the heat when a number of peeps criticised a number of things regarding his upcoming men's march
- The star has organised a men's and boys' march to protest woman abuse
- The march will be taking place today from 9am in Commissioner Street, Soweto
- Everyone will be dressed in all black and masks are compulsory
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Black Coffee lashed out after some social media users criticised a few things about his upcoming men's march.
Peeps didn't like some of the wording on his poster and also called him out for his behaviour towards his estranged wife, Enhle Mbali.
Black Coffee has organised a men's march aimed at bringing awareness to woman abuse in Mzansi.
The march is set to take place today at 9am in Soweto, Johannesburg.
The star has called for men and boys who will participate in the march to wear all black.
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The first thing people had a problem with was Black Coffee's poster.
Feminists pointed out that the wording "our women" implied that women were somehow men's possessions.
Then tweeps started calling Black Coffee out for "emotionally abusing" his estranged wife, actress and designer Enhle Mbali.
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee dumped Enhle after allegedly cheating and siring kids outside of wedlock.
There was also another allegation that Black Coffee had ignored his friend's partner when she reported his abuse of her to him.
As more and more fingers kept pointing his way, Black Coffee eventually tweeted, "Damned if you do, damned if you don't."
However, there's been no cancellation announcement of the march, therefore it's safe to assume that it will be going ahead as previously planned.
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