Enhle Mbali opens up on her miracle baby
Enhle Mbali opens up on her miracle baby. Photo/Instagram

Enhle Mbali opens up on her miracle baby.

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa, a South African celebrity, has talked openly about her “miracle baby” and her future ambitions to grow her family.

The actress has two children from her previous marriage to Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer Nkosinathi “Black Coffee” Maphumulo: Anesu, 11, and Asante, 7.

Enhle Mbali opens up on her miracle baby

In an Instagram live, Enhle got candid about when she was told she would never bear more children.

“There was a point I was told I wasn’t going to bear more children and then a miracle happened and Asante was born”.

Enhle discussed her desire to have a third child and her close call with adopting a newborn who was pulled from a storm drain by a bystander in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in 2018.

“I’ll definitely have a girl … even if I adopt. I’ve always wanted to adopt. There was a baby found in a drain in the Eastern Cape in 2018 and I saw the baby and wanted to adopt her, but the situation didn’t allow.”

Meanwhile, actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa reportedly fired a security guard and lives in fear after someone threatened to leak her nudes.

“I was taking my child to the doctor. As I was exiting my house, I overheard our private security guard telling someone on the phone that ‘she is leaving, she has not left yet, she is taking the kids with her’.

“I then went inside the security booth and I asked him who he is talking to. He didn’t respond to that, so I took the phone and I asked who is this. The man on the other side said: ‘Hi, ma’am. I was told to come and fetch the kids.’” She said:

“I told him that he was not telling the truth because I had emailed the father of my children and he knows that I am taking the kids to a doctor.”

“I took the phone and the man called again. I then gave the security guard the phone and I heard the man once again asking: ‘Is she still around.’ So the security guard kept quiet and then the man said: ‘Sezo yi susa ksasa [We will cause havoc tomorrow].’

“I have been feeling unsafe, I have been feeling unprotected, I have been feeling vulnerable in many ways …”

“I said I don’t feel safe with this guy here, so I asked the security company to remove him from my house.”

“I went through our security phone. This is our phone in the property that gets used by security [guards]. So, when I got the phone, I realised that there were pictures of my guests, packages for delivery, my mother’s number plates, my number plates, and conversations between the guard and another man,” she said.

“I have opened a criminal case with the police. A crime has not been committed yet, apart from my phone being tapped and we don’t know who tapped it. We have not found that out yet … I went to the police and said I am adding to this document that I have opened and the reason I have opened this docket in the first place is because I previously went on Instagram and said there is someone who keeps leaking stories to the false media.”