Like a boss! Siya Kolisi improves his ‘hairstylist’ game


Like a boss! Siya Kolisi improves his ‘hairstylist’ game

Siya Kolisi has won the praise of moms around the country after he showed off his impressive ability to style his daughter’s hair…

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Siya Kolisi is a world-class rugby star, a doting husband and father…and an awesome hairstylist! In his latest clip, the Springboks captain has shown off his ability to style his daughter’s hair…

And it’s a drastic improvement from a similar video filmed just a year ago.


Late last year, Siya and his family swapped their home in Durban – and his club, The Sharks – for a life in France, playing for Racing92.


In the Instagram post, Siya Kolisi shared a look at his “bring your family to work day.” In it, he took both his children, son Nicholas and daughter Keziah, to workout at his Racing92 team gym.

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But fans were more focused on the Boks captain’s improvement when it came to styling his daughter’s hair.

In July last year, Siya’s wife Rachel filmed a clip of him making his best attempt at combing through Keziah’s curly hair. But things get a tad complicated when it came to adding a hair tie.

“Yoh,” the Springboks captain is heard saying in utter confusion. He later added: “I couldn’t move my fingers.”

In the end, the star athlete received an A for effort from his legion of fans.

This time around, Siya Kolisi nailed the perfect ponytail. And his followers noticed, too….

@inyembakamwi: “Daddy hairdresser has improved so much since that last video.”

@nicciyjones: “Mastered Kiki’s ponytail like a boss! That’s a flex right there.”

@renelynn79: “It’s so cute the way you tie her hair

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In 2020, Siya Kolisi won praise from the public – particularly women – when he encouraged men to help out with cleaning around the house.

In a clip of him mopping the floor, the father-of-two told his followers: “Starting a challenge for men! Tag me in your house cleaning or cooking posts, and you could win a signed rugby T-shirt”.


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Siya has also encouraged men to talk about their mental health.

He told Longevity: “Men are told that they need to be strong and be in ‘control’ of their emotions, ‘men don’t cry,’ that they must rely on themselves and are discouraged from speaking openly about their emotions.”

Siya added that he wanted to be an example to his son Nicholas: “I show emotions. I tell him I love him; I kiss him. I hug him. All the things that I longed for as a boy, I am giving back to my son.

“I teach him that it is okay to say that he is struggling with something. I celebrate with him when he asks for support.

“I am teaching him not to limit himself from experiencing the full range of his humanity.”


Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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