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Bok wing takes swipe at men who 'judge' him

SPOTLIGHT: Springbok wing Sibusiso Nkosi says his time spent with the World XV squad last week was a break from being “judged”.

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He posted his message on social media after scoring two tries in the World XV’s 42-48 defeat to the Barbarians at Twickenham over the weekend.

Nkosi hasn’t featured for the Bulls over the last few weeks. His last outing for the Pretoria franchise came against the Sharks in a Currie Cup fixture in early May.

It now seems that Nkosi has taken a swipe at a few people with his Instagram post.

Could he be taking a swipe at the Bulls?

“It was reviving to my passion, to spend a mere week with men who are pure of heart. A break from being judged by men who are bigger in their minds than they are in reality,” was Nkosi’s message after finishing his duties with the World XV squad.

 

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Nkosi’s mental health battles have been widely reported in the last few months.

The 27-year-old made headlines around the world in December last year when he was reported missing.

After going AWOL for about three weeks, the wing was eventually found at the residence of his father in Witbank (Emalahleni) in Mpumalanga.

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He hasn’t featured regularly for the Bulls since then.

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