Mbali wants R2,1 million per year, and R4m legal fees from Black Coffee

South African actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has made her demands known to Black Coffee real Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo as far as divorce settlement is concerned.

Sources who spoke to Sunday Sun revealed that Mbali wants Black Coffee to first settle her legal bill to the tune of R4 million. She also wants a whooping R100,000 per month as maintenance and the sum includes child support for Coffees.

Black Coffee is expected to fight the attempts by Mbali to empty his pockets. He responded within the 7 days window he was given. The actress did not end on maintenance and child support, she also demands R17,000 for her beauty expenses.

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Mbali also revealed that she suffered from depression and wants her hospital expenses reimbursed.In her court papers, Mbali states that his ex husband nets an excess of R100 million per year and he is surely able to afford her demands.

Mbali wants to be given R30,000 every month, being an amount Black Coffee used to give her monthly. She also wants a shopping and fuel allowance.

Sunday Sun attempted to have a response from Mbali but they were directed to her publicist who responded, “The matter is being handled by our legal counsel and we would prefer to keep the details out of the public eye. “All parties involved are working together to find an amicable solution. My client’s priority remains to ensure the health and well-being of herself and her children.
“Mbali will forever cherish the memories and the time they shared together in making this family. Mbali continues to respect Nathi and wishes him well.”

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Sources revealed that there was no direct communication between the former lovers and Mbali is reported to have blocked the award winning DJ from all communication platforms.

Other sources revealed that Black Coffee is trying to have the process flow and be less drama free for his kids.

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