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Enhle Mbali hits back at claims she lost court bid against ex-hubby DJ Black Coffee

Enhle Mbali and DJ Black Coffee

A media report claimed that Enhle Mbali’s request of R131,000 in monthly maintenance was rejected by a court.

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has hit back again at reports that suggested she demanded several maintenance claims from her soon to-be ex-husband Black Coffee (Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo).

A local publication reported that the model and actress lost her court bid for Black Coffee to pay her more than R131,000 in monthly maintenance.

The report claims that of the total R131,000, R80,000 was for child maintenance for their two minor children, R30,000 for groceries and household items, and R17,800 for her beauty cosmetics.

The court ruled she could only get R15,000 a month for spousal maintenance and R50,000 in child support.

Enhle let it be known on Instagram that the report was a ‘”lie” but that her court application was for Black Coffee to pay maintenance.

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A representative of Mbali, Tlhogi Ngwato, speaking to The Citizen said: “We have always had faith in the legal and family courts processes. We are grateful that both parties we were able to reach an amicable resolution for the children. They will continue to co-parent lovingly and respectfully to each other and the benefit of the children.”

The couple parted ways late in 2019, with Enhle alleging that Black Coffee was unfaithful during their marriage. They have two children together, and Black Coffee has two children from a previous relationship.

-The Citizen

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