Enhle’s list of divorce demands to cost Black Coffee millions | The Tea
Written by The Tea on 29th Jun 2020
Extra, extra, read all about it… Kandis Kardashian is back with your daily ‘what’s what’ special. Get into it and she hooks you on who is catching smoke, Black is King and more:
Go fund my lifestyle
As announced by the ex-couple last year, Enhle Mbali and Black Coffee are in the process of getting divorced.
Enhle is allegedly demanding that Coffee pay her lawyer fees – a total of R4 million, maintenance at R100 000, a monthly R17 000 for her upkeep, and a young R30 000 pm to cover her medical expenses.
The divorce was said to be put on ice as the good sis is coming for everything.
She is what?
Who knew Grammy Award-winning Christina Aguilera was half Latina?
In a recent interview, the pop artist claimed that she was forced by a record label to drop her ‘Aguilera’ last name because it sounded too ‘ethnic.’ She further stipulated that she fought a good fight and almost settled for Christina Agee.
Eventually, music execs caved after she was steadfast on not letting go of her Latino roots.
Nadia catches smoke
Youngsta CPT and Nadia Jaftha recently collaborated on a track called YNA. “Eina” directly translates to ouch.
The general consensus is that her bars aren’t really ‘doing the things,’ with many suggesting that Youngsta did her wrong by not telling her about the quality of her verse.
@nadiajaftha_ you're delusional if you think you were any good on Eina. Credit should be given where its due. Please know that you're taking up undeserved space in music industry. There are so many young, talented, capable POC MC's that deserve to be featured- not U!
— WATER BUT MAKE IT SCIENCE (@palmtreemouth) June 28, 2020
Mara Palmtreemouth, what was the reason? Eina!
#BlackLivesMatter… to the oorkant Queen B
Beyoncé just dropped a stunning trailer to a new visual album she collaborated on with Disney+. The project titled ‘Black Is King,’ which would seem to be inspired by The Lion King in which she played Nala.
Talk about black excellence!
If you were hoping to catch a glimpse of the Queen B project, unfortunately, Disney removed their 7day free trial. So you’ll have to punch in those credit card deets and commit to the debit order.
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) June 29, 2020