From Lady Zamar to Boity, Mzansi celebs continue to shower actress Enhle Mbali with messages of support following news of her divorce.
Enhle took to Instagram on Sunday morning to confirm her split from DJ Black Coffee after Sunday World reported details of the couple’s divorce.
In a video, Enhle reflected on it being “a very rough year” and asked for privacy for the sake of their children.
“It has been a long couple of years for me. In all that, all I ask for is silence. Not for me or for anyone else, but for my children. Everything I have done until this day is to protect my children.”
Since sharing the video, Enhle has received an overwhelming amount of support from other celebs.
Lady Zamar wished the actress strength and courage.
“The stronger you are, the more the world will test you. We are, as women, the strength and the heart of humanity. We need to teach our boys to understand and respect women for without us we are all nothing.
“God be with you in this fight and I hope you come out stronger. Be blessed. We understand where you are right now.”
Bridget Masinga said Enhle is a conqueror.
“It’s not an easy journey hun, but you are more than a conqueror. Keep your grace and faith will see you through.”
Celeste Ntuli said Enhle deserved privacy and didn’t have to explain anything to anyone.
“I’m sorry you going through a tough time. You deserve your privacy. You don’t owe us any explanation whatsoever. Sending you love and positive vibes.”
Boity wrote: “Strength, sis. God is with you through every season of your journey on this earth. The bad news is nothing lasts forever. The good news is nothing lasts forever! With you in heart and prayer, mama.”
Connie Ferguson said: “The happiest days of your life await! Strength my beauty.”
Carol Bouwer said Enhle was “cloaked in such dignity, love, strength, and grace”.
“Enhle, sweetheart, you are cloaked in such dignity, love, strength, and grace. Continue to act from a place of love. We who may be far are sad because we love/d what we perceived but know that what we love more is your right to sanity and peace so you can continue to live the joyful and abundant life you so deserve.
“We dare not condemn our children to unhappiness just to keep up traditional appearances. May you both (individually) have the privacy to work through what is best for you without external pressures. Sending you love. Stay rooted in light angel.”
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