Enhle Mbali shuns claims of loosing court bid against Black Coffee.
The duo confirmed their divorce late 2019, and it's been processed legally for months without a definite conclusion.
Sunday World published that the actress lost court battle her ex-husband and she said the report is full of lies and she will fight the publication legally.
Enhle warns that her silence shouldn't be taken as stupidity.
"The law is always fair…. (great #rule43 verdict and it will continue) to be. @SundayWorldZA the people are not stupid. This matter will physically go to court you can't lie then…. the truth always comes to light!!! My silence is not out of stupidity," she tweeted.
The law is alway fair.... (great #rule43 verdict and it will continue) to be. @SundayWorldZA the people are not stupid. This matter will physically go to court you can’t lie then.... the truth always comes to light!!! My silence is not out of stupidity. pic.twitter.com/qqVToIsCGJ— Enhle Cares Foundation (@Enhle_Cares) November 29, 2020
The star also cleared up the air on Instagram saying that the DJ has not been taking care of her and their children financially, adding that the court only ordered him to pay up, "I wonder how much they get to lie. It's a public document, the verdict was he (should) look after me and the kid's as he wasn't."
Meanwhile according to the "false" report published by Sunday World, Enhle revealed that Black Coffee earns R100-million a year as a DJ, and can pay R80,000 in child maintenance for their two minor children, R30,000 for groceries and household items, and R17,800 for her beauty cosmetics."