South African actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa released a 26-minute documentary based on her life as a newly “healed woman” via Instagram TV on Monday evening 13 September.
In August, she released a trailer of an interview titled, Simple Live, Simply Love, Simply Enhle. In the recent episode, the actress made it known that she was not a victim in the marriage.
She further spoke about how she helped build the international DJ, but all their plan to be together forever has come to an end.
“I’m not a victim. Even though at times the pain may feel that way or has felt that way, I am not a victim. I am a woman who helped build her man. I am a woman who created a shell to protect her family even though my name was splashed all over newspaper, many times in a year, it’s okay, I have lived through it and you have watched me publicly heal, hurt, create success of myself. Take nothing and turn it into something.” [sic]
The actress also says she’s made a beautiful life from the ugly narratives about her.
“Even when there was a thousand fingers pointing untruths at me, here I am…I have turned this narrative that doesn’t belong to me, a gold digger, the mean woman who wants to take everything from this man. I have turned all of that and turned it into something.”
Enhle-Mbali says she’s not a gold digger but a woman who helped build DJ Black Coffee’s career. pic.twitter.com/b1mUfA558v
— Musa Khawula (@khawula_musa) September 20, 2021
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The actress has previously placed her private matters on social media, accusing Black Coffee not paying electricity bills, with the DJ saying it wasn’t his responsibility to do so.
Enhle-Mbali school’s her son Anesu Maphumulo what is the meaning of ‘holding a candle’ pic.twitter.com/UxczyEViP3
— Musa Khawula (@khawula_musa) May 11, 2021
According to Sunday World, Enhle’s demands included Black Coffee settle her legal fees of about R4-million, and included:
R131 000 monthly maintenance,
R17, 800 for her beauty expenses, medical expenses and a
R30, 000 for groceries and other household items.
Black Coffee also explained why the electricity got cut off on Monday 10th May, and said he has been taking care of the household expenses since their separation, declaring an amount of R65 000 has been paid every month since November, along with a fully paid car in her name.