- Rachel Kolisi shared a funny video of her reaction to a referee during a Rugby World Cup game last year
- Rachel seems to have gotten quite mad at the ref while holding her son in her arms
- According to the caption, Rachel says it was the first time she was caught on camera at a rugby game
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Rachel Kolisi shared a hilarious video of her reaction to a moment where she disagreed with the referee at a Rugby World Cup game. The video shows the ref raising his arm before the camera moves to the spectators.
Rachel's shocked facial expression before putting her hand on her head in disbelief has left South Africans in stitches. According to Rachel, it was her first time being caught on camera as a spectator at a game.
She uploaded the video yesterday and has already gained over 40 800 views on Instagram. The comments section is packed with hilarious reactions to the video.
Take a look at the video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the hilarious responses to the video.
@layla_kolbe (Cheslin Kolbe's wife) wrote:
"This one still wins!"
"We're going to need you to write for us in the comments what you were saying please."
"Oh my, too funny. Of course, the camera snapped you in that exact moment."
"This is hilariously wonderful."
@dora_hunadi also said:
"Very stressful... but JOYFUL at the end... *THE UNITY WE ALWAYS SHOW THE WORLD* A country that STANDS together in hardships or not... TOGETHER FOREVER."
In other Kolisi news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Siya joining the SA women's rugby team in a wholesome song and dance. Siya shared a lovely video to his Instagram account yesterday with the caption:
"Always honoured to be in the presence of such powerful and inspiring women! All the best with the preparation for the World Cup! Let’s back @bokrugby women’s team as they prepare for next year’s World Cup."
Saffa Instagram users loved the heartwarming video and shared their lovely reactions in Siya's comment section. Many Instagrammers were wowed by the melodic singing and harmony.
"Something about singing as a unit while team building."
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