- Enhle Mbali has taken to social media to reveal that she has tested positive for the coronavirus
- The media personality said that she contracted the deadly virus despite being very careful
- She has decided to use the negative situation to focus more on herself and her journey to healing
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Enhle Mbali has revealed that she tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus. The actress took to social media to detail how she's been experiencing a tough time lately.
Her much-publicised divorce from DJ Black Coffee has left the media personality open to scrutiny and criticism.
Enhle took to Instagram to open up about her current hardships. She shared that her health was ailing due to testing positive for Covid-19. She said that she had been very careful but the virus got to her anyway.
"Yesterday was the worst day, I was pretty sure my chest would give in, I gave myself permission to heal and also to ask for help."
The starlet is going through a messy divorce with Black Coffee. She opened up about being cheated and taken advantage of.
"They will cheat, mistreat you, allow others to mistreat you only because you give them permission."
However, despite the difficulties, the actress is focusing on the positive. She said she is in good spirits and will focus on recovering both mentally and physically.
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In other news, Mzansi was left reeling when the list of Enhle Mbali's separation demands was made public. Enhle Mbali and Black Coffee are going through a messy divorce that has the masses talking.
Briefly.co.za 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.
The actress is reportedly 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.
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