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Rachel Kolisi Calls Out Instagram Model For Allegedly Sending Siya Kolisi Explicit Pics


CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – SEPTEMBER 4: Siya Kolisi with his girlfriend Rachel Smith and their son Nicholas Kolisi (1) during an interview at their home on September 4, 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa. The Springbok flanker spent some quality time with his family a few days before he goes to play for South Africa in the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England. (Photo by Gallo Images / Rapport / Nasief Manie)

The wife to South African Springbok captain Siya Kolisi, Rachel Kolisi, is once again getting heat from social media users after calling out a woman who allegedly sent her husband revealing pictures on Instagram.

Taking to her Instagram account, which has since been deactivated, Rachel shared a series of posts on her Instagram Stories in which she asked her fans to help her locate a fitness hottie who had blocked her.

In another post Rachel revealed that the woman, who had allegedly sent her husband an image of “her ass”, was a member of a popular gym which is located in Cape Town and asked fans to forward her “details.”

As if that wasn’t enough dirty laundry to air publicly in one day, the mother-of-four went on to share videos in her Instagram Stories in which she revealed how emotionally vexed she was with women who repeatedly “disrespected her.”

“My face is so red because I am so angry. But I just want to finish off this situation saying this, that the days of women having to take sh*t and deal with sh*t and do nothing about it – are over!” she said.

But tweeps just weren’t having any of Rachel’s public meltdowns anymore. One user wrote: “I hope Rachel Kolisi catches a harassment case because that Instagram story was not it.”

Some Twitter users even advised that Rachel should try to understand that she’s married to a “public figure who will always get attention from women.”

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