- Minnie Dlamini-Jones is one of the lucky few who will be able to witness the SA Boks take on England in the Rugby World Cup final in Japan this Saturday
- Mrs Jones share a snap of her passport on social media, letting her fans knnow that she will be flying to Japan to watch the live match
- Fans, including other celebs were excited and some even a little jealous about Minnie's once-in -a-life-time opportunity
There is no better feeling when a country stands together for one sole purpose, and right now, citizens across Mzansi have united to support our boys in the Rugby World Cup #RWC2019.
D-day which marks the final between South Africa and England is this Saturday, 2 November, when the two legendary teams will face off for the prestigious cup in Japan.
Media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones shared a snap of her passport and her official sponsor on Instagram and captioned it: "✈ I'm off to the #RWC2019 with @heineken_sa Japan has always been on my bucket list and now I get to support the boys @bokrugby at the FINAL It doesn't get any better LETS GOOOOOO #MrsJonesInJapan "
Minnie's Instagram post gathered 32.9k likes and 340 comments. Most of her followers, including a few Mzansi celebs wished her safe travels and while a handful shared that they were a little jealous that they weren't going.
Here are a few comments that stood out:
zizotshwete: "Safe trip and enjoy!!!! "
casspernyovest: "Im sooo fucking jealous."
lunga_shabalala: "Have fun."
dr_pokkiza_sithole: "Meet you there love "
anzoangie: "Put me. In your suitcase please"
ilovealondwe: "Safe travels MrsJones❤️"
mphocd30: "Hau, can Heineken also sponsor me to go"
Meanwhile, six days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that sports personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones, offered award-winning songstress, Kelly Khumalo some relationship advice following a desperate plea for help from fans.
Kelly took to Twitter when she ran into someone whom she possibly used to date in the past. She asked her followers for advice.
Luckily for Kelly, Mrs Jones volunteered her help. She responded saying: “Say hi with a smile and keep it moving. Life is too short to hold grudges, but also you can’t make the same mistake twice.”
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