- Rachel Koilisi has pulled a hilarious prank on her husband, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi
- She pretended that she needed his help to perform a fitness exercise and he had no idea what was going to happen
- Social media users flooded the post with comments saying how hilarious the video is and how they have done the same to their husbands
South Africa's favourite couple, Rachel and Siya Kolisi has shown us that they are regular folks with a sense of humour who is not afraid to take themselves too seriously.
Briefly.co.za learned that Rachel posted a video on Instagram of her pranking Siya with a hilarious fitness stunt which had Siya genuinely believing that he was helping with a new exercise.
She put her legs on his shoulders while in a sit-up position and Siya was expecting something altogether different to happen:
The video has already had almost 100 000 views and people have left hundreds of comments on the hilarious video:
"I did this to my husband too. He was shocked "
" I love this! I really want to do those cool tik tok videos "
"I have watched this clip a thousand times I still need a ventilator. I can’t breathe oh Rachel, you are simply THE BEST! Siya’s reaction is priceless, BLICKSEM "
"Literally laughed out loud you guys are the best!"
"Love this!!! My sister did the same to her husband!! "
Earlier, Breifly.co.za reported that Siya Kolisi posted the most adorable video on Instagram and it features his daughter, Keziah. The Springboks captain showed off his impressive dance moves alongside the adorable little girl.
He got down to DJ Khaled's new track and he paid tribute to the muso in the caption. The star rugby player shared the video on his social media account on Friday and captioned it:
"Weekend mood. Check out my brother @djkhaled new track - link in stories."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has finally spoken out about Black Lives Matter.
He posted a serious video on Instagram where he expressed himself and how he felt about the movement. Kolisi shared his experiences growing up as a black child in a world that made him feel like his life did not matter.
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