- Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has been serving single lady revenge goals with her saucy social media posts
- DJ Black Coffee is going to find it extremely difficult to find a woman who is even close to Enhle's level
- Dropping this fire picture, Enhle sent her fans into cardiac arrest where they found themselves struggling to even comment
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa is a total flame! While Mzansi summer hasn’t kicked in as it usually is this time of year, Enhle has definitely done her bit to turn up the heat.
One thing for certain, it will be hella difficult for DJ Black Coffee to find a woman who come seven close to Enhle – his chances of levelling up are slim!
Taking to social media with a casual snap, Enhle sent many into cardiac arrest. Posting a saucy snap of herself in a fire black outfit, Enhle reminded the world of her independence.
Gurl, posts like these should come with a warning!
Trying to compose themselves after seeing that post, Enhle’s fans flooded the comment section with endless compliments. We can’t even blame peeps for being short and sweet about their comments because we are sure they were feeling some type of way.
@palesa9306: “You ate that look PERIOD.”
@mafomolela: “Yummy mommy.”
@sinazowutu: ‘MY GOD you are so gorgeous sisi ”
@musathebarbie: “Yaaasss mam, looking stunning.”
@tshego0202: “Stunning as always.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa took to social media to deny reports about maintenance claims from DJ Black Coffee having been denied to her through a legal case.
The SA celeb took to Twitter to post a photo and caption that stated previous reports about her losing the case were false and that information being spread were, according to Enhle, untruthful.
Mlotshwa added and implied that the case would go to court and that information would become public that challenged the current reports and what has been stated thus far.
It was also reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has now lost her legal battle seeking to make her estranged husband, DJ Black Coffee, pay millions in legal fees and maintenance. Mlotshwa's application was dismissed, with costs, in the Johannesburg High Court this week.
The judge had ruled that her demands were not only substantiated but also that they weren't reasonable.
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