- Enhle Mbali and Black Coffee are going through a messy divorce that has the masses talking
- It is reported that there has been a halt in negotiations after Enhle demanded millions in her divorce settlement
- Social media users had mixed reactions over the actress' demands; some called her greedy but others said she has earned it
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DJ Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali's divorce became public knowledge last year. The pair have been negotiating the terms of their separation but talks have reportedly hit a dead end. The standstill is allegedly due to Enhle's demands.
The Sunday Sun reports that the actress is demanding Black Coffee pay R4 million worth of legal fees. In addition, she wants over R100 000 in child support and additional payment for her medical expenses.
Black Coffee allegedly stopped paying for everything for Enhle and it seems the pair are a long way from reaching an agreement. News of Enhle's demands trended on social media and many had mixed reactions about her alleged requests. Twitter user robzinterris said:
"R30k a month... Yeses it's tough being a celebrity mus. Coffee wa painelwa straight."
"She deserves it. Every cent Mbali wants, she must be given, immediately. Men need to learn that cheating is expensive, cheating has consequences"
"Why are women so entitled? Can't she work for HERSELF and make HER OWN MONEY? This is embarrassing."
"She wants him back, klaar. They must ask elders to help. I'm available to fix this marriage. Divorce is terrible thing, shem, but this one, someone will cry."
"You were never there when they said their vows right, so keep quiet and mind your own business."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali's youngest son turned five recently. The proud parents took to social media to share separate messages for their bundle of joy. The world-famous DJ shared a video of the birthday boy, Asante, when he was four years old. He described his boy as being loving and supportive.
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