Siya Kolisi serves up all sorts of #DadGoals in his IG post

Siya Kolisi serves up all sorts of #DadGoals in his IG post

- The Kolisis are an endless source of entertainment on social media

- This time they managed to melt hearts in a touching moment shared on Instagram by the rugby star

- Fans of the family all shared an "awww" moment below the post

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SA rugby captain Siya Kolisi recently shared the cutest photo of himself and a friend, Mahlatse Mashua, having some daddy and daughter time. In the picture, Mahlatse's daughter is blissfully asleep on his chest while Siya's daughter watches Baby Shark on his phone.

"Look at how jealous I am ! Look at how Chief @mwmashua got his daughter to sleep so nicely while my daughter is finishing up my data on Baby Shark. Don’t get it right all the time but I love being a dad!"
Siya Kolisi posts a sweet snap of him and gorgeous wifey Rachel

The adorable moment made tons of the star's fans laugh. They also shared many comments of admiration for the young "jealous" dad. View the cute post below.

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Here are some of the comments from his adoring fans.

vim_masiyiwa said:

"Because she is the ultimate Boss. What she decides goes."

ashton8591 said:

"Such a lovely photo."

zana_joko had this to say:

"I would have data for dayzzzzz if it wasn't for 'Mommy, can I watch Baby Shark on your phone'."

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In other news, having an education may not be what it used to be with a society increasingly finding ways to generate an income and make a living without one - it still serves as something to fall back on when whatever plans you may have had start to fall through.

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While playing sports such as soccer and basketball can earn one a hefty wad of cash, it's always good to invest in another source of income for the day you stop playing or can no longer play.

According to Kick-Off, over 40% of soccer players become bankrupt after they retire. With that whopping figure, it's no surprise that these footballers saw fit to bag themselves further education of some sort.

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