Rugby

Springbok captain Kolisi starts men’s challenge on Instagram

Rugby World Cup winner and Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been extremely busy during the lockdown in the country and now has taken his productivity to the next level.

The flanker has taken his female fans into account and has called on men to attempt his challenge.

In an Instagram post from his page @siya_kolisi_the_bear, the charming player called on Mzansi’s indodas (men) to film themselves cleaning or cooking.

However, this is not just for fun. The DHL Stormers player has also offered a reward – a signed rugby T-shirt.

The post reads as follows: “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… Masiye.”

Attached to his post is a video of the now bald rugby player, dressed in shorts and a grey hooded long-sleeved top, with a mop in one hand while wearing gloves, and a bucket filled with water beside him.

Kolisi shaved off all his hair on Sunday live on Instagram for his followers to see. Part of his caption for the video was: “…do not ask family members to cut your hair”.

Kolisi can be seen seriously mopping the tiles of what seems to be his bathroom.

A cute children’s drawing of the player holding up the Webb Ellis Cup after winning the world cup can be seen pasted against the window.

During the video, a serious Kolisi can be seen drying out the mop in the bucket. However, he does not wet the mop again but goes on with his mopping.

The video received over 72,000 views and over 400 comments of women raving about his challenge in less than 24 hours.

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