Sisterhood: Zodwa Wabantu Shows Love To Fellow Queen Enhle Mbali

Zodwa Wabantu has taken to social media to show love to industry peer, Enhle Mbali. Zodwa posted a cute video of Enhle dancing and shared a sweet message about her.

Zodwa Wabantu is known to constantly show love and support to other women in the entertainment industry. She took to social media to share a video of Enhle Mbali looking gorgeous and carefree.

She captioned the video: "A happy woman, a winning woman. Always choose yourself @enhlembali_ Thank you for sending this video."
Enhle Mbali has been going through a messy separation from DJ Black Coffee. It's good to see her relaxed and happy with plenty of support around her.

Instagram user mszosque said: "That’s my baby girl, I looooove her."

its_yandie_thickfit said: "I love it."

Tsgobone_moagi said: "SHE'S PRETTY."

gugu_sizo_zulu said: "Thanks for sharing, just put a smile on my face."

Meanwhile, previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is enjoying being on what looks like Level 0 of the lockdown. The media personality, who is currently in Johannesburg, has been living it up. She seems to be on a media tour and promoting her brand while the rest of the country remains stranded at home.
Sisterhood: Zodwa Wabantu Shows Love To Fellow Queen Enhle Mbali

In a true act of sisters supporting one another, Zodwa Wabantu also recently used her platform to send a shout-out to Kelly Khumalo by promoting her gin brand, Controversy. knows what a hands-on momma Enhle is. No matter what she is going through, her job as mom always comes first. Her boys are her absolute everything! Enhle had two beautiful boys with DJ Black Coffee, Anesu and Asante.

These little boys are one thing Enhle is thankful for that came out of her and Black Coffee's relationship. While lockdown has had Enhle stuck at home with her boys, she has lapped up every moment of it.

Times are tough but the moments she gets with her sons are priceless. Taking to social media, Enhle shared an action shot of Anesu and Asante riding their bicycles down the street. Unfortunately, her one is out of order at the moment but she was still right there with them.


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