Enhle Mbali, the actress and ex-wife of Black Coffee, recently gave fans a glimpse into the world of celebrity child maintenance.
When a nosy fan asked about the amount Black Coffee pays for child support, Enhle humbly shut them down by revealing that it’s a whopping R50,000 per month.
This revelation left netizens stunned and sparked a debate about the fairness of such a high figure. Some argued that Enhle was “milking” her ex-husband for money, while others believed that the amount was more than reasonable.
It’s worth noting that this amount is actually half of what Enhle originally demanded, as stated in court papers.
Nevertheless, it still raised eyebrows and fueled discussions about the complexities of child maintenance in high-profile divorces.
Online users expressed their opinions on the matter, with some feeling that R50,000 is excessive. One user even joked about their own modest child maintenance budget, saying, “Lapho thina sithola R600 for three kids. This life has no balance.”
Others, however, argued that the amount was justified, considering Black Coffee’s success and financial standing.
One user commented, “It’s only about $30,000 per year, a small sacrifice.” Another adviser advised Enhle to take note of Minnie Dlamini’s situation, where she is reportedly paying child support to her ex-partner.
As the debate continues, it’s clear that child maintenance in the world of celebrities is not a straightforward matter. Regardless of the amount, it’s essential to prioritize the well-being and upbringing of the children involved.
Black Coffee is a good father— ChrisExcelFake (@ChrisExcel102i) November 16, 2023
He pays R50 000 every month to Enhle Mbali for child maintenance pic.twitter.com/IBLBZjzdpD
Sometimes we impregnate our own enemies and let them mother our kids. This employed baby mama of black coffee's children enhle scores 50K monthly from black coffee as maintenance😳😳— Amo Botake 🇿🇦 💭 (@OnlyBotake) November 16, 2023
R50 000×12= R600 000
More a than half a meter pa 😭😭💔 pic.twitter.com/kz2FXORIub