- Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa took to social media to make it clear that she is not going to get back together with Black Coffee
- The actress had been responding to a report by a local publication stating that they had "kissed and made up"
- The pair had a marriage that left Mzansi aspiring to have couple goals just like they used to
Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali has opened up about her split from DJ Black Coffee and has said that they will not be getting back together. The pair used to be Mzansi's couple goals because they lived a wonderful lifestyle and travelled the world together often.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Enhle said that she was happily single after there had been a report that she had "kissed and made up" with the music producer.
Mzansi wanted the couple to get back together but Enhle is standing firm and letting people know that it is not going to happen.
Enhle and Black Coffee's divorce was a bit messy. Enhle reportedly wanted the DJ to take care of her legal fees as well as her leisure expenses.
According to Sunday World, Enhle also wanted Black Coffee to handle the fees for an annual holiday, claiming that the DJ makes R100 million a year.
Through it all, Enhle has remained silent on the matter on social media but she's now speaking out. The actress and businesswoman has made it clear that there is no chance of her and Black Coffee getting back together.
Enhle has been doing well for herself and even bagged a new role on Isibaya, which has now been canned. However, viewers have come to love her character Sizakele.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Enhle Mbali denied losing the maintenance case against Black Coffee. 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.
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