Enhle Mbali took to Instagram to share a rather odd post which reveals threatening messages from an unknown person. The person apparently wants to leak her nudes she allegedly shared with a person named Peter.
"Why are you telling me about Peter?" started Enhle in the messages.
She got a response threatening to leak her supposed nude pictures with this said Peter
"We have the sexy pics you sent each other that will get more views," reads the message.
Enhle then responded by saying, "What do I have to do with this Peter? You uses my name to lie. Thanks for admitting you illegally tapping phones. What happens in the dark comes to light."
She then received a threat saying, "You gave been warned we also have rights."
Enhle then said she does not appreciated the threats and told the unknown person to "keep digging this whole."
She had previously went on Instagram live to speak about this in more detail. But she has since deleted the video.
She captioned the post with a quote about women empowerment. “Ain’t I a woman?” A pertinent question asked by Sorjourner Truth, when her truth was being surprised. I spoke up last night against the evil and gaslighting that has tore mented me into a psyche ward, because how dare recognize #AmaLungelo that women such Sojourner fought for. All because I fell outside of a cabal! #SonkeSinamaLungelo
Enhle's highly anticipated film will premiere in November where she tackles gender based violence.
Enhle stars in a film Four Walls which will premiere at the North East Film (NEIFF) and the Buenos Aires International Web Series (BUEIFF) Festivals.
Speaking to IOL, Enhle spoke about how easy it was for her to step into this role.
“Almost every single day a South African woman suffers some form of abuse. So this is me telling the stories of the women I've spoken to, through the Enhle Cares Foundation. I took from all of those women’s experiences and tried as best as I can to create a story that's truthful, a story that represents women who are going through the most concerning GBV,” she told the publication.
“And all the other girls and women who were brutally murdered…I took all of those stories and encompassed them into one so that people can watch and be uncomfortable, but in the discomfort, understand the pain of someone who's experiencing any form of gender-based violence, whether it be financial, physical, emotional or mental. As an actress, sometimes my voice is muted by social media and other noises so this was my way of protesting in my art,” she added.
Enhle shared a post about Grace and said, "Allow me to introduce Grace Molotsi. According to her Grace is a woman at her wits end who has her house invaded by two thugs on the run from the cops after a cash in transit robbery gone wrong. The helpless woman is taken hostage by the thugs whilst they’re planning their next move. What the men don’t know is that Grace has a secret of her own. This is gonna need amazing#FOURWALLS #simplylive #simplywork #EmpressEnhle creating awareness on GBV and how far it can push those affected.
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