Mohale Motaung & Boity Thulo Stand Behind Enhle: #JusticeForEnhle

Mohale Motaung & Boity Thulo Stand Behind Enhle: #JusticeForEnhle

- Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa and DJ Black Coffee’s drama has people screaming for justice for the Mzansi beauty

- Mohale Motaung and Boity Thulo are just two of the celebrities who took to social media to show their support for Enhle

- Enhle spoke her truth and now fans, friends and family want to see her get the respect she deserves

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Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa is one woman who deserves the utmost respect and pride, and her fellow celebs are going to make sure of that. After DJ Black Coffee got called out on his wrongdoings, Enhle's fans, friends and family have been advocating for just. Nobody hurts Enhle and gets away with it!

The likes of Mohale Motaung and Boity Thulo have taken to social media to show their support. Justice for Enhle is what they are after, and best believe they are going to get it.

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Mohale made it clear that he, like many others, believes what Enhle has had to say. She is not the type of woman to lie, and that is why so many are standing by her.

"WE BELIEVE HER! #HandsOffEnhle #JusticeForEnhle"

Mhlongo Motaung & Boity Thulo stand behind Enhle #JusticeForEnhle
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa and DJ Black Coffee’s drama has people screaming for justice for the Mzansi beauty. Image: @boity and @mohale_77.
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Boity showed her support too.

“WE BELIEVE HER.”

Briefly News recently reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa recently filed for a protection order against her ex-husband Black Coffee. The Randburg Magistrate’s Court heard an application for a protection order, prohibiting Black Coffee from entering his former marital home with Enhle.

Enhle Mbali filed for the protection order after she accused Black Coffee of abusing her. The former couple went to court after an altercation ensued in their former home together. The judgement has been reserved.

It is understood by Briefly News that Black Coffee was not happy about a birthday party that took place in the house.

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It was also reported that an 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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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