- Siya Kolisi shared a sweet message to the mother of his children to honour her on Mothers' Day
- While his intentions were noble, some social media users were confused by his choice of words
- It seems that the message was clearly full of love even if Siya chose a way of putting it that seemed strange to some people
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The caption on his Instagram account read:
"Smatsatsa sam! Ondi phula igearbox! Every time I think about you my heart goes June-July, I don’t know why. Every time I kiss you I think, “Hmmm, that was nice.” We love you, we appreciate you, happy Mothers' Day."
Some social media users were left confused by the strange wording. Twitter user lowana said:
"Wtf is this caption?????"
"It's Kasi lingo type of caption, one that Kasi people or the intended person would get and enjoy, not a clout chasing, hating tweleb wanna be."
"It's probably some inside jokes they have."
"Does someone knows "June-July" part coz growing up there was a Zulu love song about it and I didn't know the meaning."
"Absolutely nothing wrong here. All love bethuna."
"It reminds me of the jokes white teachers use to pull and no one but them got the joke..."
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It seems Kolisi's caption was only meant for Rachel to understand.
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