“Abuse is not right. I'm not a gold digger" - Enhle Mlotshwa opens up in mini doc

“Abuse is not right. I'm not a gold digger" - Enhle Mlotshwa opens up in mini doc

The actress and fashion designer posted a very revealing video on Instagram.

Enhle Mbali Voice documentary Instagram
Enhle Mbali Official Instagram

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has been through a lot in the last year.

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It started with rumours circulating that there was trouble in paradise for Mbali and her husband, music producer Nkosinathi “Black Coffee” Maphumulo.

However, it escalated to abuse allegations, court cases, and social media spats.

READ: An emotional Enhle Mbali shares: "I have been protecting this man for far too long...this man lied in court"

In March 2021, the 'Rockville' star accused Black Coffee of assaulting her at their Sandton home while celebrating her 33rd birthday. Since then, she's filed for a protection order preventing Black Coffee from entering his former marital home.

But it seems like Mbali could be in a much healthier headspace.

READ: Twitter furious after Enhle Mbali files restraining order against DJ Black Coffee

She recently shared a mini-documentary on her Instagram where she opened up about the struggles she's faced, the love she's received, and the battles she's had to fight.

In the video, she tells her life story as a woman, mother, daughter, wife, and star.

READ: 'I did not assault Mbali': DJ Black Coffee

Not only does she give a very intimate and personal account of her own life, the lessons she's learned and her incredible career, but she also pays tribute to the women who have played a vital role in her life.

She acknowledges her mother's contributions and the many other females who have helped her grow into the woman she is today.

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Mbali does not shy away from talking about the controversial topics and when addressing the situation surrounding Black Coffee, she says:

READ: "My boyfriend treats me like a queen, that's why I'm breaking up with him"

Mbali also went on to explain why she had felt the need to create this mini-doc and that it is part of the healing process. She mentions that women are constantly under attack and she feels it's imperative for her to have a conversation with her audience after everyone had witnessed her be a part of a very public falling out.

Hopefully, Enhle will continue to receive the love and support she needs.

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