The South African international DJ, Black Coffee who is accused of assaulting his ex-wife’s Enhle Mlotshwa, has come out in the open to declare that he never did any such as he was a witness of GBV and vowed to never be a part of that which ruined his childhood.
Expressing his strong opposition to the allegation via Twitter, he said, that he would never make any decision that will allow him to lay his hands on a woman will never be condoned or practised in his life as he grew up seeing the scenes of violence against women, which he never liked and will never subscribe to.
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 separate me from my children and our home.- Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee)
He laments that in the three years he has been trying to separate from Enhle, he has not been able to rest on his laurels. “In the name of respecting my family and children, I have been silent for a while but now I can breathe. Violence against women is one of the biggest problems facing the country. “I grew up at home and saw it happen at home. I told myself at a young age that I would never allow it,” said Black Coffee.
He lamented how divorce is a very terrible thing to experience, that has a lot of pain, and intense Therapy that was needed to be sane, due to the constant and unwarranted attacks he gets on a daily since 3 years.
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. Every day I am attacked by relentless lies and falsehoods. I DID NOT ASSAULT HER
He assured her that no matter what the situation, she would never lay a hand on a woman. “I have never beaten Mbali, the mother of my children. I have never done it before, and I will never do it,” said Black Coffee.
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.
Enhle, on the other hand, thanked the women who came out in large numbers to support her in court while Black Coffee was issued with a restraining order against her approaching their old home in Sandton. Enhle is where he said he was beaten by Black Coffee on his birthday.