Family Time: Black Coffee Puts Drama Aside to Chill With Kids

Family Time: Black Coffee Puts Drama Aside to Chill With Kids

- South African music producer Black Coffee recently took to social media to share some lovely family pictures

- The musician spent some time with his sons and with his old-time friend DJ Oskido

- The media personality has been going through a messy divorce from mother of two of his kids, Enhle Mbali

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Black Coffee has decided to step back from the noise and spend some time with friends and family.

The globally-renowned music producer took to social media to share some photos with his children and close friend DJ Oskido.

Family time: Black Coffee puts drama aside to chill with kids
Black Coffee shared some pictures of his sons. Image: @realblackcoffee
Source: Instagram

The pics were from different occasions, but it was clear that it was all love in the posts by the music producer. Coffee has children with his estranged wife and some outside of his marriage and he loves them all the same.

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The DJ has been going through a difficult time as his divorce from Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa becomes more heated by the day. He is convinced that his wife wants to keep him away from their family after their divorce gets finalised. Briefly News reported that Black Coffee (real name Nathi Maphumulo) has decided to share his side of the story.

The Mzansi music producer posted a series of tweets on his personal Twitter account explaining the situation and why he believes that Enhle Mbali is falsely accusing him.

He said that he has been quiet because he was trying to maintain the dignity of his family. The music producer went on to say that he grew up witnessing gender-based violence in his own home and vowed that he would never lay a hand on a woman.

Black Coffee said he believes that she is making the charges up to keep him away from his children.

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He went on to say that divorce is a difficult process and it has been especially painful for him. Nathi said that he has been seeking intense therapy privately in order to deal with the effects.

"Every day I am attacked by relentless lies and falsehoods. I DID NOT ASSAULT HER."

He concluded by saying that he would respect the law and see through the demands of the court.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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