Cape Town — Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi took to social media to showcase his Gwijo skills as he attempted to teach the song to his wife, Rachel.
A Gwijo is an African song usually sung at a sports or traditional event that usually brings people together, and increase the spirit during the event. Often, Siya leads the Spirngbok players in song as they leave tunnel during practices and games, The South African reported.
Siya showed his Gwijo skills are not just for the rugby field as he attempted to teach Rachel on the Gwijos. During his recent Instagram video, Siya was singing passionately as Rachel tried to sing alongand it appeared as if she was reading the lyrics off her phone.
As he got more into the song, Siya sang with more passion as Rachel tried her best to keep up. He said in the caption that he was trying to recruit members for his gwijo team.
“Recrutement has started here 🇫🇷 for my gwijo team 😂 applications are welcome @lesego_tlhabi 👀”
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Many of Siya’s followers flooded the comments, with many noting Siya’s passion for the song, while others applauded Rachel for her efforts in trying to learn the song.
@kookie_kuhle said: “I love how much you love this gwijo😂😂😂”
@promise_makunyane added: “The way Madam is serious in her singing 😂😂😂”
@ontatile_monare commented: “I burst into tears while watching this video 😢😭😭. Can the rugby World Cup play again 😂”#
@zimkhi.takayi wrote: “You guys are tooo cute😍 ‘A couple that sings together stays together’😂❤️”
Picture: Facebook/Rachel Kolisi
Compiled by Matthew Petersen