DJ Black Coffee’s statement about the state of affairs at his matrimonial home, a fan told him that his music is not private and asked him why he was requesting privacy.ollowing
The Twitter user @Quahog_Pimp told DJ Black Coffee on the comment(s) section that his music was not private but public. Wanting to know what does he mean by asking for privacy. Saying to the legendary DJ that he has cheated that’s all.
The fan added another comment saying he was waiting to be blocked and DJ Black Coffee replied by saying, “Done msunu (means DJ Fresh’s msunery).”
On Tuesday evening the DJ released a statement saying they have been trying to sort out their marital problems amicably and in private for almost a year now. “It’s been the most heartbreaking and challenging period,” he says.
“After much deliberation since the story of our relationship broke in public, I wish to state that we have been trying to sort our problems amicably and in private for almost a year now and it has been the most heartbreaking and challenging period,” says DJ Black Coffee, real name Nkosinathi Maphumulo.
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DJ Black Coffee says that as much as there are two sides to every story he will not discuss their private life in public.
“As much as there’s two sides to every story I will not discuss our private life in public, let aline speak ill of my partner or my in-laws, as this can only hurt the people we both love dearly,” says DJ Black Coffee.
Earlier this year the word on the grapevine was that Black Coffee was cheating on Enhle Mbali with David Guetta’s ex-wife Cathy Lobé after she posted a video of her and the DJ hugging.
Coffee took to his Twitter account to dent the claims, claiming that Cathy was nothing more than a business partner and shall remain so for the foreseeable future.
He added that “It’s quite sad that on social media people are so quick to confidently vilify and lynch people without a shred of evidence ITO wrongdoing.”
Enhle Mbali and Nathi have requested for privacy to deal with the matter through the right channels – courts.