- Rachel Kolisi proved set the record straight with a radio host critic recently
- East Coast Radio presenter Sky Tshabalala commented on Rachel's post on Instagram and got a golden clapback from the Springbok captain's wife
- Now fans are calling for a public apology from the radio host
Rachel Kolisi set a social media user who is also a celeb straight after he commented on one of her recent snaps on social media.
Mzansi knows that Rachel and Siya Kolisi have been in the spotlight, ever since the Rugby World Cup started, but even more so after Siya returned home with the Springboks as reigning Rugby World Cup champions.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Rachel shared a cool story on Instagram about how they were upgraded from economy class to first class in their trip to Paris. The comments section was flooded with warm and kind messages on how they deserved it.
But one of the commenters was East Coast Radio’s Sky Tshabalala. He wrote: “It’s called being the wife of a World Cup Winning capatino.”
But Rachel, being the straight forward kind of girl she is, clapped back reminding the radio presenter that he had been her biggest critic.
“Luckily they won right! Pretty sure I remember you saying on air it would be my fault if we lost,” wrote Rachel.
Then Sky Tshabalala responded, but it was obvious he had no real comebacks.
Meanwhile, about two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Siya Kolisi has become a national hero after he led the Springboks into victory at the 2019 Rugby World Cup over the weekend, making history in the process.
While he had the support of thousands of South Africans behind him, Kolisi had one important supporter by his side the entire time - his wife Rachel.
Rachel was in the stands with their kids and Kolisi's father, cheering on the Springboks in the final match against England.
Needless to say, their relationship inspired South Africans on more than one level. Not only is their love for each other inspiring but it also proves that it knows no colour.
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