Black Coffee finally speaks out against abuse allegations from his former wife, Enhle Mbali.
Following announcement that the two divorced in 2019, Enhle publicly revealed that she was abused by the DJ during their 4 years marriage.
South Africans have raised their voice in support of the actress, as she went legal against him, as their divorce gets processed in court.
With much effort made by the anti-GBV groups in SA, it appears the international DJ finally felt the need to speak up.
Taking to Twitter this Tuesday morning, 13th of April, Black Coffee said he never assaulted his ex-wife, despite growing in a GBV environment as a young boy.
The DJ said Enhle Mbali has been mis-leading lots of persons with her claims.
Read his full statement below:
“In the name of respect and dignity for my family and my children I’ve been quiet but now I feel a need to speak. GBV is major issue in our country, every day we read about horrendous crimes committed by men against women and children.
I personally grew up witnessing GBV in my own household and from a young age I vowed never to allow that to happen again under any circumstances.”
“I DID NOT assault Mbali, the mother of my children. I didn’t do it now and I have never done It before. It is truly regrettable that she has chosen to mislead the public using the name of GBV and seeking a protection order against me to sperate me from my children and our home.”
“Divorce is never easy but for us it has been especially painful and I’ve spent the last 3 years in and out of intense therapy to deal with it privately. Everyday I am attacked by relentless lies and falsehoods. I DID NOT ASSAULT HER. As a law-abiding citizen, I will absolutely observe the demands of the interim order but will categorically oppose the permanent installation of its prescripts and this is why we are currently in court.”
As a law-abiding citizen, I will absolutely observe the demands of the interim order but will categorically oppose the permanent installation of its prescripts and this is why we are currently in court.
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) April 13, 2021