Enhle Mbali Vows to Spill Everything After Losing Protection Order Case

Enhle Mbali Vows to Spill Everything After Losing Protection Order Case

- Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa lost her application for a protection order against estranged husband Nathi Maphumulo, aka Black Coffee

- The actress has vowed to spill everything about the abuse she endured while married to the music producer

- Mzansi social media users weighed in on the emotional video shared by Mlotshwa

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South African actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa lost her application for a protection order against Black Coffee. The emotional woman recorded a video telling the world that she would no longer protect her estranged husband with her silence.

She has vowed to speak about all she has suffered from him over the years.

Enhle Mbali vows to spill everything after losing protection order case
Enhle Mbali lost her protection order case against Black Coffee. Image: @enhlembali
Source: Instagram

The teary Mbali recorded the video while sitting in her car. In the footage, she said that she has been protecting Black Coffee for too long. She mentioned that she has also been protecting other women, although she did not explain that statement.

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Enhle maintains that Black Coffee hit her hand and pushed her on the day of her birthday party. She also went on to accuse the DJ of manipulating their children and playing emotional games with her.

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Enhle said that she regrets having to tear down all that Black Coffee has built but felt that she had to claim her power back.

The Rockville actress seems to have declared war as the bitter divorce between the media personalities rages on.

Social media users shared their thoughts.

@Blvkash said:

“And people still have the nerve to believe the Dj and call Mbali names??? we need to do better as people. we need to start believing women when they speak out, no matter who the perpetrator is and how much you love them.”

@meovizieen said:

“This isn’t okay. I am so sick and tired of men abusing women especially when she’s rejecting him!!!!

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When will it end? Why aren’t his friends and family intervening? It’s B.S.”

@ayandamungoni said:

“Shuuuu this. I wish I can hug her.”

@costarkamusha said:

“To all women who are married all dating these well known men, why do you keep quiet when the abuse starts? We take it as if you are enjoying the fame and celebrity status. When you speak years later....it leave us with many questions. Speak early.”

@rabogaletshego said:

“This broke my heart but I heard my voice through her.”

Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Enhle Mbali has been loud and open about the horror she allegedly endured during her marriage. The mother of two recently appeared in court after she accused her estranged husband Black Coffee of abuse.

The matter was reserved by the court and a decision is still pending. Now Enhle is opening up about previous incidents where the DJ allegedly violated her rights.

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According to Enhle, Maphumulo abused her twice before the recent incident at her birthday party.

In a statement, Enhle revealed that she endured gaslighting, emotional and verbal abuse, physical abuse and financial abuse.

“The extent of the turmoil experienced in the marriage as a result of the abuse and the extramarital affairs was so severe that I was admitted into a facility and was treated for depression.”

She went on to say that the first incident of abuse occurred in 2014.

“He struck me several times in our bedroom. In 2019 after his Music is King event at our new residence, he threw a bag at my face during an argument.”

She also accused the DJ of attempting to intimidate her using his financial muscle. Enhle said she hoped that by speaking out, others would draw inspiration and learn from her experience.

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