- Siya Kolisi gave South Africans a glimpse into his Sunday activities with his family, which included a meal fit for a king
- The Springbok captain revealed he cooked for his wife and kids and he shared photos of the dishes online
- South Africans were in awe of Kolisi, whom they dubbed a "man with many talents"
Siya Kolisi is proving that cooking and cleaning does not make a man weak. The Springbok captained decided to treat his family to a mini feast on Sunday.
Taking to Instagram, Kolisi shared snaps of the meal he prepared and he captioned the post:
"Andikho weak yhu! (I’m not weak yhu.) Family is happy. Happy Sunday."
Kolisi's stunning missus, Rachel, reacted to her hubby's post with:
"You the one."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 30 000 likes and South Africans had sweet - yet somewhat hilarious - reactions to Kolisi's skills in the kitchen.
"My 12-year-old boy says you probably ate the whole chicken alone."
Ms_siyanda could not believe Kolisi cooked the tasty looking food and she wrote:
"Hayi hayi Rachel made this! Sukusiqhatha."
"Such a great person."
"That looks great. Progress! I'm so impressed that someone who has achieved so much is still humble enough to develop and grow in other areas."
"Man of many many talents! Well done captain."
It is not the first time Kolisi served up major husband/father goals. Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported the Springbok captain challenged Mzansi men to do more around the house during lockdown.
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.
He then 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."
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