Rachel Kolisi. Picture: Instagram

Last month, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi's wife, Rachel, clapped back on social media after Twitter users were thirsting over her husband, and now's back to let ya'll know she ain't 'insecure'.

In case you missed it, Rachel was lurking on the Twitter streets when she came across a tweet of a tweep responding to a question about going after someone who's in a relationship. The user said she would make one exception with Siya and referred to him as a "type". 

The comment seemed to have gotten Rachel pressed, prompting her to quote tweet the comment, explaining that her husband, "(Siya's) not 'a type'. He’s a married man responsible for four children."

Rachel soon trended after her spicy reply, as tweeps poked fun at her response by quote tweeting posts Siya is mentioned in, using the "He's not a type" as a punch line. 

Since going viral, Rachel took a break from social media but resurfaced last week with some motivational words for women — and a message for her critics.

Taking to her Instagram account, Rachel shared a picture of herself in sports bra and tights after a training session, alongside the caption:  "... I take a lot of pride in looking after my body and looking good so this is as raw as you’ll get me ... I’ve also seen a lot of ladies who have recently had their first child and desperate for “their body back” ... There’s no getting your body back...   Let’s live our best lives! Some of you might have read some stuff about me recently about being insecure among other things. I’ve never been in a more determined and motivated space. HERE I AM.

Okay. Here we go. These are unfiltered pics I took today after my second session with @stirlinggshaw and @bods_bytam I take a lot of pride in looking after my body and looking good so this is as raw as you’ll get me. I’ve also seen a lot of ladies who have recently had their first child and desperate for “their body back” I’ve been this person. 1. There’s no getting your body back, what our bodies go through carrying children and birthing them is nothing short of superhuman. 2. Why are we all so caught up in a twisted society that we need to be woman who are educated, have successful careers, be great mothers, wives, good social life, and great bodies? I see countless posts on a daily basis of woman working out postpartum covered head to toe “getting their bodies back” I’m guilty here too. Also countless posts of woman who do before and after posts but they’ll only post them when they’re in the “after” stage. Ive started a journey getting fit and healthy again. I’ve never been interested in being skinny. And I hope to inspire other woman not to be ashamed of where you’re at, but don’t get comfortable there either. Let’s live our best lives! Some of you might have read some stuff about me recently about being insecure among other things. I’ve never been in a more determined and motivated space. HERE I AM.

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