Miss SA's welcome to the Springboks and Siya Kolisi got Mzansi buzzing

Miss SA's welcome to the Springboks and Siya Kolisi got Mzansi buzzing

- Zozibini Tunzi, Miss SA 2019, shared a video of her very quick meeting with Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi

- The short clip got social media users' tongues wagging as they saw more to it than a friendly exchange of words

- Things have been blown up by tweeps and now they're expecting Siya's wife, Rachel, to react with jealousy

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Yoh, social media users really live for drama.

Siya Kolisi and the Springbok team returned to South Africa after their victory over England in the Rugby World Cup and peeps are stirring the pot after a brief exchange between him and Miss SA, Zozibini Tunzi.

Siya is the man of the moment right now and everyone wants to show him their support and love - something that many South Africans think Rachel, his wife, won't be comfortable with. She was 'warned' to keep her cool not so long ago.

After a short video clip was shared by Zozi, Twitter users are already predicting Rachel's response - saying she'll be jealous of the way Siya allegedly gave the beauty queen a 'look'.

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Here's the alleged look that started everything:

And here are some of the reactions it got:

It's no secret that Rachel doesn't shy away from confronting thirsty women - she's spoken up more than once.

However, this 'moment' between Siya may have been blown up and the 'look' could just have been the Springbok captain's way of checking if he's indeed meeting Miss SA.

Siya and Rachel have been together for years and they are setting couple goals with their beautiful love story, as reported on by Briefly.co.za earlier.

With such a history between them, Rachel might not be as insecure as everyone suspects - she's simply a strong woman who likes to claim her territory.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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