- A pro-women group has shown its support to Enhle Mbali amid her gender-based violence dispute with Black Coffee
- The group vowed to be present at court for the actress' appearance against the famous music producer
- Famous names like Ntsiki Mazwai, Penny Lebyane and Rosie Motene promised to show their support
Anti-gender-based violence activist group, Women for Change, took to social media to declare their allegiance to Enhle Mbali amid her fight against DJ Black Coffee.
Enhle accused her estranged soon-to-be ex husband of assaulting her and the matter is being heard in court on Monday, 12 April.
The activist group has pledged to stand with the actress and pushed the #JusticeForEnhle movement on social media.
Penny Lebyane, Ntsiki Mazwai and Rosie Morena have publicly stood up to defend Enhle and join the march.
“We will be standing in solidarity with our sister, Enhle on Monday. 12 April, 8am, Randburg court, Johannesburg.”
At 4am on Monday morning, Ntsiki tweeted:
“I must wash up and get ready to go support.”
However she shared nothing more about it afterwards.
Briefly News had reported that Enhle Mbali and Black Coffee’s heated divorce is trending once again. This comes after the Daily Sun reported that Black Coffee allegedly assaulted Enhle. The publication reports that Enhle filed for a protection order, claiming that the DJ slapped her hand.
The spat allegedly occurred at the couple’s marital home in Sandton on the weekend of Enhle’s birthday. It has been reported that guests who attended Enhle’s party were witnesses to the incident.
It is further alleged by the publication that the actress said that it was not the first time she had been assaulted by the musician.
Social media users have shared their thoughts about the incident. Twitter user Kgolomolf said:
“I believe Enhle...This celebrities have a tendency of marrying our poor sisters and turning them into objects or slave basically because they pay all the bills, we have witnessed it with R Kelly and many more...”
“Yerrr did he really do it or its because his doing a gig with Themba."
“Stories kinda corroborate.”
“I hope this ain't some FAKE NEWS, because shit like these are what take down a man and his rep.”
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