Black Coffee’s Twitter interaction with Love Island star Alexandra Cane sparks dating rumors

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Fans of international DJ Black Coffee were left trying to piece together whether the DJ has found new love, after a social media interaction with former Love Island contestant, Alexandra Cane, caused speculation that the two are an item.

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Speculations began after the Love Island star tweeted a sexy picture of her and included black coffee in her caption.

“Ready for a caffeine overdose @realblackcoffee,” she tweeted. To which Black Coffee responded, “let’s go” in Greek.

See Alexandra Cane’s post here:

The two are rumored to be in the Mykonos, where Black Coffee is currently on tour.

Black Coffee is currently in the middle of a divorce from his estranged wife, Enhle Mbali, who announced that the marriage to the DJ was ending in an Instagram story, asking for her privacy to be respected.

Read more: Enhle Mbali on divorce from Black Coffee: 'I have had to explain the unexplainable to my children'

The local actress is reportedly demanding R4 million from the DJ, plus monthly maintenance fee and child support of more than R100 000, according to the Daily Sun.

In a sit down interview she had with DJ Zinhle on her YouTube show, Sincerely Yours Enhle Mbali, she opened up about her relationship and the heartache she endured in the name of the being a ‘good wife’.

“I went through two cheating scandals: one was a sex tape, one was just ratchetness,” Enhle said. “I remember in my pain, tears, strength and stillness, there was one day when I thought, ‘Why do I care so much? Why do I want to listen to what society say?, He’s cheated on you twice, leave? What is my heart saying? What is my spirit saying?’ And my spirit said, ‘You love him, sit your ass down and do what is best for you and your family’.”

The actress revealed, in a statement, that DJ Black Coffee (Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo) had fathered two children out of wedlock and that she could no longer explain the unexplainable to her children, hence her decision to file for a divorce.

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