"Justice is served!" Mzansi in stitches over man's drawing of Rasta

"Justice is served!" Mzansi in stitches over man's drawing of Rasta

It was only a matter of time before Mzansi took revenge on popular funeral-artist Lebani Serenje, who is best known as Rasta.

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South Africans have had a love-hate relationship with artist Rasta ever since his portraits of deceased figures went viral. Although he is a popular artist, the reviews are not always positive and Rasta even manages to offended some citizens.

So, one man decided it was time Rasta had a taste of his own medicine. On Saturday, South Africans were in stitches after a woman shared a photo of her brother drawing Rasta.

Social media user @LastLetta_Ziie captioned the hilarious snap: "My brother says he's tired of Rasta so he decided to draw his portrait as well ayeye #Rasta."

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Social media users found @LastLetta_Ziie's post hilarious and some even dubbed her brother a hero.

In one comment, a tweep pointed out the sketch made Rasta appear Chinese and they wanted to know when it would be done.

In a hilarious response, the artist gave a Rasta-worthy answer and it had Mzansi in stitches.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Rasta showed off his newest portraits. The artist left Mzansi confused and amused after he painted Gqom artistes Babes Wodumo and Tipcee.

Seeing as both Babes and Tipcee are still very much alive, social media users were left wondering what Rasta was up to.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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