Black Coffee is feeling discouraged after the negative reception his organized march received from the public.
The DJ has since deleted his social media post where he announces the march which will be taking place today at 9 AM, 150 Commissioner Street, Soweto. Most of the negative comments are under his social media post.
Black Coffee’s initiative was overshadowed by his messy public divorce with Enhle Mbali, with women and men labeling him an abuser for the treatment towards his ex-wife. Social media highlighted that the manner in which he allegedly divorced and kicking her and their children out of his mansion was abusive enough.
There was also a woman by the name of Bonnie who claimed to have been abused by a member of Black Coffee’s camp and alleges that the DJ knew about it and did nothing. Leaving people such as Rosie Motene to label him an ‘enabler’.
Also… Amaru as a manager at Soulistic Music was abusive to not only me but many people that worked there and if he didn’t like you, you would get fired. Nathi knew about this. What did he do? I love him, always looked up to him as a big brother but he let us down kudala
— Bonnie (@sisboniswa) June 14, 2020
After trending for the whole day, Black Coffee decided to delete the tweet. He also directly responded to the negativity and reacted with a quote “Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.”
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) June 14, 2020
He then later retweeted a tweet that says “What a relief to know we’re all imperfect.”
The march is however not cancelled and will continue as planned.
See Twitter Reaction:
So the victim forgave the rapist and comes here to trying to tarnish black coffee's image
How sway?? pic.twitter.com/5YESZDSIZh
— Nokia 3310 (@wesleytshembo) June 15, 2020
Response from Black Coffee pic.twitter.com/FJRxnvxRoW
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux ❁ (@advovolicious) June 15, 2020
The victim forgave the perpetrator and went after Black Coffee mara y'all are still on Black Coffee's case pic.twitter.com/gMFStZTwiM
— Sign (@Sign67204457) June 15, 2020