Kolisi starts household chores challenge with clip of himself cleaning

Kolisi starts household chores challenge with clip of himself cleaning

- Siya Kolisi has issued a challenge to all South African men and the women are all for it

- The Springbok captain was filmed mopping the floor while doing chores at home and his ever-loving wife Rachel must be thrilled

- Kolisi called on men to help around the house and tag him online with their proof

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Siya Kolisi is pulling his weight around the house and he shared an adorable video on Instagram. The rugby star was filmed mopping a floor at the home he shares with his loving wife Rachel and their kids.

Kolisi decided to issue a challenge to all South African men and he promised a cool prize to whoever's post he liked the best.

The Boks rugby captain wrote in the post:

"Starting a challenge for men! Tag me in your house cleaning or cooking posts and you could win a signed rugby t-shirt. Also drop your hashtag options below for this challenge."

Take a look at the video below:

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Social media users loved seeing the side of Kolisi and many hoped other men would follow suit.

Cheslin Kolbe's wife, Layla, commented:

"When Rachel didn't agree to the haircut, mop my friend!"

Instagram user, jandhmemes, added:

"Wow this challenge is gonna make some men clean for the first time since they got married."

Another social media user, lihlumelo7, wrote:

"Keep up the good work, you're an inspiration to many."

Briefly.co.za reported previously Kolisi posted a video on Instagram that had us in stitches. He filmed himself getting a haircut and you can almost see the worry in his eyes. Luckily he laughed about it, although he needed a bit of touching up afterwards.

During the lockdown, a lot of people have had to resort to asking family members to cut their hair, sometimes with hilarious results.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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