Black Coffee has issued a statement regarding his and Enhle Mbali’s divorce on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Enhle took to her Instagram page posting a video where she confirmed that Black Coffee and her are getting a divorce.
Enhle indirectly verified the findings, saying: “The situation that is happening right now, in my life, is indeed happening. [sic]”
According to the local tabloid newspaper, Enhle filed for a protection order at the Randburg magistrate court in October against Black Coffee’s sister Nomalanga Maphumulo.
Taking to his Twitter page on Tuesday, the “Your Eyes” hitmaker released a statement that reads:
“After much deliberation since the story of our relationship broke in public, I wish to state that we have been trying to sort our problems amicably and in private for almost a year now and it has been the most heartbreaking and challenging period. As much as there’s two sides to every story I will not discuss our private life in public, let alone speak ill of my partner or my in-laws, as this can only hurt the people we both love dearly. As Mbali has stated, our priority are to protect our children at this point. This is now a Court matter , We ask for privacy.”
A Statement. pic.twitter.com/gk1T1E5P85— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) November 12, 2019