Black Innocent Coffee, he said he was to end GBV and other forms of abuse in the local music industry!peaking on The Sobering Podcast on Wednesday, South African music industry insider, cultural commentator Nota Baloyi says he has changed his mission! Before he took serious jabs at
“I’ve moved on to another mission now. The mission now is to end abuse, gender-based violence, and femicide right within the recording industry of South Africa,” said Nota Baloyi.
Nota Baloyi said that rape culture is one of the things he will be using his mission to end it.
Nota Baloyi alleged that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa obtained a protection order against Black Coffee.
“…Obviously so you know with the whole entire revelations that came out, you know black coffee…um um his wife got um a protection order against him.
Nota Baloyi said that it was difficult to obtain a protection order because you need to prove that someone did actually abuse or harassed you.
“You know how difficult it is to get a protection order granted yeah you know what I mean you need to prove that someone is repeatedly harassing you. You know you need to show that there’s evidence you know what I mean and that you are in danger of future (harm),” said Nota Baloyi.
Nota Baloyi has accused popular South African publications such as Sowetan, Sunday Times, and that it did not come out in all publications owned by Arena Holdings.
“The whole entire thing comes out in the Daily Sun right it doesn’t come out in the Sowetan. Doesn’t come out in the Sunday Times. Doesn’t come out in the whole of the papers that are owned by Arena right.
He said that Black Coffee has a stake at Arena Holdings and they are allegedly protecting his image at the expense of Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa.
He said that Black Coffee owns the stake at Arena through his Investment company FlightMode SA – “FlightMode Digital, an Angel Investor & Venture Capitalist looking to play our part in growing & developing the African Tech Industry,” reads the company’s official Instagram page.
Black Coffee and his companies have shares in more than 17 or more companies, such as Flight Mode Digital, AD Source (Pty) LTD, Fashion Art Music Academy (NPC), Billboard Africa (Pty) LTD, including the ones on the screenshot below.
Black Coffee’s company, Flight Mode Digital is linked and or have shares in the companies listed in the gallery below:
Nota Baloyi further alleges that property tycoon David Mabilu who took over Sunday World in a buyout from Tiso Blackstar is friends with Black Coffee, including Julius Malema – thus the Sunday World newspaper had an article to tarnish Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa’s image.
Nota Baloyi said that Sunday World only reports how Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa is a “gold-digger”.
“…How she lost the case which she didn’t lose whether the divorce has not been settled. How she lost the case in which she was asking whatever her demands were from coffee in her whole divorce settlement thing… it’s basically a character assassination of her,” said Nota Baloyi.