Actress and businesswoman, Enhle Mbali hardly talks about her private life in the media, especially THAT nasty infidelity episode regarding Black Coffee and Cathy. BET’s Behind The Story is a platform for celebrities to clear the air and are at full liberty to tell their side of the story because tabloids are known to report on stories that are not entirely true.
Last night’s guest was the enigma that is Enhle Mbali. Although she has shared snippets of her private life on rare occasions, many of her followers still haven’t gotten a sense of who she truly is – as a person.
The interview focused on a myriad of topics, which included a chunk of her personal life that made the headlines recently. Many of the viewers had mixed emotions about Enhle’s interview. Some were irked by the fact that she encourages her guests on her YouTube channel to open up about their lives but has seemingly failed to do so on Behind The Story.
At some point, the mother of two didn’t seem comfortable in talking about herself, which left many wondering why she had agreed to the interview in the first place. In the comments section, a Tweep noted that Enhle came across as a phony. Check out the comments below:
— BET Africa (@BET_Africa) October 16, 2019
Is it me or does Enhle Mbali seem a bit edgy/uncomfortable/angry ? #BehindTheStory
— Zandi M (@ZandyleMabika) October 16, 2019
I really don’t understand why people like Enhle Mbali do interviews because she was so guarded & didn’t really want to talk about much. I honestly understand if you want to keep your life private but then don’t do interviews ke because this was very pointless tbh #BehindTheStory
— Pooja🏳️🌈💫🇿🇦 (@KwanzaMvelase) October 16, 2019
I see a hurt person being interviewed. The “wall” she has created around her is probably her way to “insulate her emotions”🥺
She is holding back, big time!
I wish she could just BE.
She is just so beautiful 😍 #BehindTheStory
— Penny Mkalipe (@ThipenThwa) October 16, 2019
In other news – Sello Maake ka Ncube speaks out about the Fergusons
Veteran actor Sello Maake ka Ncube has spoken of his experience working with Ferguson Films joining the likes of Vatiswa Ndara, Keke Mphuthi and Mara Louw.
Fans weren’t happy when Maake, who played Kgosi in the soapie “The Queen”, left the series. Speaking to Isolezwe, he didn’t give any details as to why he left the show, but said that the Fergusons are the only ones that can reveal the fuzzy details about his exit from the show. Read more