- Enhle Mbali took to social media to share that she had no electricity as someone had cut her power off
- The actress said that she would shame the devil and decided to make the most of the time in the dark
- Mzansi social media users suspected foul play in the cutting of Enhle Mbali's electricity and commented online
Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali wanted a protection order against her estranged husband Black Coffee and was disappointed when she didn't get it. Black Coffee responded on social media and said that he hadn't abused Enhle at all.
Now, Enhle Mbali's electricity supply in her house has been cut and fans suspect that Black Coffee may have had something to do with it. Taking to social media, Enhle shared snaps of herself in the dark and showed fans a man whom she had seen outside her house some time earlier.
The person was supposedly there to cut the electricity off and Enhle was annoyed but she wasn't going to give in so easily. She said on social media:
"We gonna shame the devil and enjoy the darkness. Me and my boys."
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Enhle updated her fans on how her evening was going, saying that she was going through scripts in the candlelight and schooling her sons with some 'new age' information.
A fan took screenshots of Enhle Mbali's posts on Instagram and shared them to Twitter, captioning the post:
"Divorce is hectic. Did the ex-hubby send people to cut off power in her house? Yah neh, there’s a thin line between love and hate. Shoooook."
Briefly News previously reported that Black Coffee calmly responded to Enhle Mbali's claims of marital abuse. Black Coffee has broken his silence on Enhle Mbali's accusations of abuse while they were married.
Taking to social media, the DJ calmly explained that he did not abuse Enhle as she says and is thankful to all those who stood by him during the case.
"In April I tweeted that I did not, and would not, assault Mbali. I did this to set the record straight in order to correct the narrative that is out there," said Black Coffee.
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