- It has been confirmed - Enhle and Black Coffee are getting a divorce
- Enhle confirmed the divorce via social media on Sunday
- Fellow celebs, friends and fans have been showering her with support ever since
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Enhle Mbali and DJ Black Coffee’s rumoured divorce has been confirmed. A brave Enhle took to social media to let the people of Mzansi know that her marriage is over.
Speculation that Enhle and Black Coffee were getting divorced has been going around for some time now but poor Enhle tried her best to keep the truth on the DL.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Enhle made the heart-breaking announcement via social media on Sunday.
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Enhle took to social media with a heart-breaking clip in which she confirmed the divorce and asked the public that they give her and her family time to deal with it all in private.
Shame, this could not have been easy!
Since the clip went public, Enhle has received an overwhelming amount of support from friends and fans.
Seeing the support Enhle has received from fellow Mzansi celebs such as Lady Zamar, Amanda Black, Somizi, Boity and Connie Ferguson, among others, is truly touching.
Here are just a few:
@boity: "Strength, sis. God is with you through every SEASON of your journey on this earth. The bad news is nothing lasts forever. The good news is nothing lasts forever! With you in heart and prayer, mama."
@connie_ferguson: "@enhlembali_ - "The happiest days of your life await! Strength my beauty! ❤️"
@bonniembuli: "Strength, love and grace to you beautiful one, you're an eternal beauty. Love you ❤️"
@somizi: "Eish mbali my heart goes to you and your loved ones."
@bridgetmasinga: "It’s not an easy journey hun but you are more than a conqueror. Keep your grace and faith will see you through ❤️❤️❤️"
@lady_zamar: "The stronger you are, the more the world will test you. We are as women the strength and the heart of humanity.. We need to teach our boys to understand and respect women for without us we are all nothing. God be with you in this fight and I hope you come out stronger. Be blessed, we understand where you are right now ❤️"
@jessicankosi: "I’m so sorry Enhle ❤️ I’m so sorry. Wishing you well my love. May God give you all the strength you need."
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