Siya Kolisi is Rachel's husband and father of her children but to Mzansi he's a fine and talented sportsman... surely that's not a crime?
I don’t like or even condone women that think it’s okay to wreck other people’s homes‚ just as much as I loathe men that think it's okay to get in between to two people who are trying to build something together.
That being said‚ looking at the menu or window shopping is what has become normal human behaviour. I mean‚ technically‚ the minute you had a crush on Chris Brown (90s kids) or hung a poster of Will Smith on your wall that meant you wanted someone you (most likely) couldn’t have.
Having crushes and types in the vast selection of celebrities and athletes is age old and is something that has been considered mostly “harmless." Well‚ that was until Rachel Kolisi put a spin on the whole thing.
Rachel made headlines this week after she took to Twitter (first big mistake‚ she should have tried Facebook‚ people are sort of kinder there) to tell women not to label her bae Siya Kolisi‚ who is the captain of the Springboks‚ as a “type” and basically not to disrespect her.
'Respect me' - Rachel Kolisi fires back at talk over her man She split the streets when she jumped on social to ask women to respect her relationship. Since that whole “stay away from my man” Twitter rant from Rachel‚ I’ve been trying to figure out if her reply helped her in any way or just increased her problems…
This song came to mind.
“Hello… May I please speak to Barbara?” “Barbara‚ this is Shirley. You might not know who I am but the reason I’m calling you is because… I was going through my ol’ man’s pockets this morning and I just happened to find your name and number.” “So woman to woman‚ I don’t think it being anymore than fair than to call you and let you know where I’m coming from…”