Springboks: Cici Cheerful Despite Encounter With Angry England Fan After RWC Semi-finals Win

Springboks: Cici Cheerful Despite Encounter With Angry England Fan After RWC Semi-finals Win

  • Cici recently went out to watch the Springboks for the Rugby World Cup semi-finals
  • Like many South Africans, the singer was delighted after the Boks beat England in a close 15-16 win
  • However, it appears the celebrations rubbed one England fan the wrong way, leading them to pour beer on Cici's hair

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Cici had beer poured over her by an angry England supporter after losing to the Springboks
Cici continued her celebrations after an aggravated England fan drenched her hair in beer following their team's loss to the Springboks at the RWC semi-finals. Images: ciciworldwide
Source: Instagram

Cici was caught in a sticky situation after a rugby fan let out their rage on her. The singer was out to witness the Springboks beat England in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals and her celebration left her drenched in beer.

This encounter, however, did not stop the Thula singer from celebrating the Boks, and the festivities continued.

Cici poured with beer by England fan

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In an Instagram post, Cici revealed that an angry England fan poured beer on her hair after they lost to the Springboks. The teams recently went head-to-head at the Rugby World Cup semi-finals where the Boks came out victorious.

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"My hair got caught in a beer fight with a very angry English supporter. But you know what, we’re on to the finals!"

Despite being drenched in beer, Cici was cheerful and celebrated the Springboks' 15-16 win ahead of the finals.

Legendary South African comedian, Leon Schuster wasn't at all impressed with the Boks' performance and shared his thoughts on their match against England.

Mzansi cheer Cici and Boks on

Fans and followers celebrated the Springboks' win with Cici and cheered her on for avoiding the drama:

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londie_london_official said:

"Yeees! Oksalayo we are in the final!"

nhlanhla_mafu responded:

"Be careful out there hun, oksalayo we are within!"

zenandemfenyana commented:


ziinhle_n posted:

"I just love you sooo much!"

vuyomdlane added:

"Represent girl!!"

pontsho_mpiti said:

"Oksalayo we are within!"

mumsy_dladla responded:

"Gurl like we are in, Yepppy!!!!"

candyliciouslynikiwe commented:

"They have too much aggression, they knew they were gonna get whipped!"

duduzile3044 posted:

"Yes wena Gal....doing for all of US!"

khumalo4611 added:

"What a good time to be a South African!"

Bongi Mbonambi faces racism allegations

In a recent report, Briefly News caught online reactions to Springboks' Bongi Mbonambi being accused of making a racist remark at England player, Tom Curry. The accusations are said to be under investigation by World Rugby.

The men were allegedly approaching half-time when Mbonambi reportedly said a racial slur that Curry alleges was caught on the referee's microphone.

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Nevertheless, Mbonambi has South Africans rallying around him, with many refusing to believe Curry's accusations.

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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: moroba.moroeng@briefly.co.za

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