- Spring Bok superstar Siya Kolisi's wife put a tweep back in place when she passed a comment on her husband
- She made it clear that he is taken and that people need to spot interfering in married peoples lives
- Rachel has been by his side through it all and she stands proud next to her husband and 4 beautiful children
Rachel Kolisi, who is the wife of famous rugby player, Siya Kolisi, recently had a run in with a fan on social media.
People using social media have a lot of freedom as far as they are able to cross boundaries without any consequences. This is happening far too often.
People are tweeting irresponsible about those in the lime light. Celebrities personal lives are been spoken about and those doing the tweeting think they will not see it, reported ZAlebs.
They are sadly mistaken. Rachel Kolisi, wife of newly-appointed Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi is not going to tolerate it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that a fan posted her having a mild attraction to Kolisi, Rachel was quick to shut the tweep down.
It did not stop there. Rachel went on to make a clear statement that people need to respect other peoples relationships.
The couple are a great team and have 4 beautiful children together. Liyema, Liphelo, Nicholas and baby Keziah make up the Kolisi children. Rachel is a full time mom and wife.
Making captaincy of the Springbok team for Siya is a remarkable achievement in itself. But we must not forget that Rachel was by his side every step of the way.
She has shown her husband complete support throughout his journey.
Siya Kolisi made history by becoming the first black person to captain the South African rugby team, and his captaincy kicked off on a high note.
He is a true legend, an amazing father, a great husband and and incredibly noble man.
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