- South Africans couldn’t hide their dissatisfaction regarding the latest artwork from Rasta of late musician Tsepo Tshola
- The controversial artist, Rasta, shared the portraits on social media but many in Mzansi feel that is not the Village Pope, Tshola
- In his words, the artist said he is paying tribute to the late musician through his paintings
South Africans are very critical of Rasta the artist’s latest work on the late musician, Tsepo Tshola. The controversial artist paid his tributes to the fallen muso, famously known as the ‘Village Pope’.
The well-known artist took to social media to display his art pieces on the man recognised as one of the finest musicians in the African continent.
The post reads on social media:
“Rasta ngiya Khuza njalo.”
“Hase Ntate Thesele Maseribane yeo Rasta??”
“Rasta hobaneng mara?? Koore you can't help it any more..ha u iketse.”
“You must just stop what you are doing. It’s not funny any more. That's not Tsepo Tshola. Ua tena uena Rasta!!!.”
“Waqala futhi... stop this nonsensical nonsense.”
“Kodwa wena Rasta soze ulingene iZulu.”
“If the next generation see these, they will never know the real Tsepo Tsola.”
“If you can get just a little drop of vaccine on your weed, you will rock it very well.”
“The first frame looks like Desmond Tutu.”
Mzansi reacts positively to Rasta's King Goodwill Zwelithini painting
Still looking at news on art, Briefly News reported that Rasta seems to have finally caught a break from his army of critics after he headed online to share a snap of himself holding two paintings which he had done to honour the late King Goodwill Zwelithini, who recently passed on.
In the caption of his post, the controversial artist also explains that he has travelled from Johannesburg to KwaZulu-Natal to personally hand over the paintings of the King to the grieving royal family.
"Travelled all the way from Joburg to Nongoma KZN to pay my last respects to the King #RIPKingZwelithini," he captioned the snaps of himself holding the paintings.
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Source: Briefly News