- Rumani, aka 'The Cleaner', showed his talents off once again as he photoshopped President Cyril Ramaphosa
- Rumani added some makeup and long black hair to a screen capture of the President's Nation Address
- South Africans lived for the realistic edit and decided to add their own touches to Rumani's work in the replies section
President Cyril Ramaphosa showed off his 'motherly nature' in a photoshopped image in which the President displays a rather feminine appearance while speaking to the nation.
The image of what was originally a screen capture of Ramaphosa's live address to the nation was edited to display the president with long sleek black hair, glossy purple-hued lipstick and just a touch of foundation.
The serious and concerned expression of Ramaphosa captured in the image emphasises the general concern of a mother often seen when one reprimands their children or finds out they've been up to no good.
Rumani, aka 'The Cleaner', came through with his edit but Mzansi social media users decided to show their skills off as well. Many added to Rumani's edit by adding changes such as Ramaphosa's lipstick colour as well as changing the shape of his nose.
"Did Angie address the nation on behalf of the president?"
"It's like the interpreter can see the picture too."
"So Ramaphosa is beautiful... Someone must take him for lunch! Where's that generous guy?"
"When you thought you've seen it all then boom Rumani."
"Yoh! Lord help me to never be on your wrong side. So fast!"
Briefly News previously reported that South Africa's Photoshop guru, Rumani, blew many of his fans away with his latest work. His post features a snap of Cassper Nyovest perfectly edited into Zozibini Tunzi's photo.
It all began when Cassper headed to Twitter to marvel over how stunning the former Miss Universe looked in her beaded dress while handing over the Miss Universe crown to Miss Mexico on Sunday last weekend.
"It's done," he captioned the post, which received hundreds of comments from social media users who were super impressed with his work, as usual.
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