Here is why Black Coffee says he is ‘not ok’

Cape Town – “Ay….I’m not ok,” Black Coffee tweeted before he opened up about what triggered him to feel this way, saying that after accusations of abuse made against him by his ex-wife, Enhle Mbali, “nothing was the same”. Ay….I’m not ok. — Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) December 28, 2022 Shortly after, he tweeted a series of pictures explaining to men... Read more → The post Here is why Black Coffee says he is ‘not ok’ appeared first on African Insider.

Here is why Black Coffee says he is ‘not ok’

Cape Town – “Ay….I’m not ok,” Black Coffee tweeted before he opened up about what triggered him to feel this way, saying that after accusations of abuse made against him by his ex-wife, Enhle Mbali, “nothing was the same”.

Shortly after, he tweeted a series of pictures explaining to men that they need to know it is okay “to break down”, “to cry”, “to ask for support”, “to be vulnerable”, “to go to therapy”, “to talk about feelings”, and “to not be okay”.

In a later tweet, the DJ thanked his followers for the positive messages while being affected by the ones he deemed to be negative.

“Thank you for positive messages I’ll be fine,” he tweeted.

“Going through some of the comments makes one realize why most men bottle things up and some even take their lives,I hope you listen and offer support to men in your lives when they show vulnerability,” he added.

The DJ then tweeted about the reason he felt “not okay”, opening up about allegations that he physically abused his ex-wife Enhle Mbali. The tweet was deleted after a period.

“The day my ex accused me of physically harming her, nothing was the same. It has left a heavy void in my heart, a void I can’t shake off. I lost a big part of myself, no court of law could ever fix the pain and shame I still carry today,” he added some time thereafter,” The Citizen reports him as saying in a tweet.

“My late father was abusive, to see her continue to ride that wave as a victim using me and using some of my tweets about it on that swimwear as an activist is quite dark and irresponsible. She knows people who abused her, she must confront them and leave me alone,” he reportedly added.

“I appreciate your tweets and respect all your opinions however I didn’t tweet so you can “believe me”. I needed to get this off my chest and I need her to stop making me the face of her GBV campaigns…I’m not the one,” he said in another tweet.

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