- Rachel Kolisi clapped back at online trolls who didn't like what she had done to her daughter's hair
- She had straightened her daughter's hair for the first time and people were not impressed
- Rachel had the perfect response to each of them
Racehl Kolisi, queen of the clap backs, has been quiet for a while. So quiet that so people have forgotten to tread carefully on her social media feed.
Some people were upset with her latest post on social media.
Briefly.co.za learned what got people worked up was a picture she posted of her hugging her daughter. That was not the problem, people took offence to the fact that she had straightened her daughter's hair.
Here are some of the spicy interactions that took place according to ZAlebs.
One person who took exception wrote that her next post would be:
"My daughter let me use skin lightening cream on her skin to see which complexion she prefers"
Rachel was quick to clap back.
"Really? Have you seen your profile pic?"
Some decided it was their place to tell her how to parent. She had the perfect answer for them.
"I wanted to see what MY daughters hair looks like straight. Also. If she loves her hair straight, curly, braided or bald. that’s completely up to her. It’s certainly non of your business."
Another user thought what she had done to her daughter's hair was wrong.
Rachel replied with a question:
"This is a genuine question. Can you please explain how straightening my daughters hair for the first time ever is making her feel that straight hair is more beautiful then her curls?
Late last year, Briefly.co.za reported on another time Rachel put a critic back in their place.
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.
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