It wasn't me: Rasta defends himself against hideous Ramaphosa painting

It wasn't me: Rasta defends himself against hideous Ramaphosa painting

- Poor Rasta had to jump to his own defence before being blamed for this painting of President Cyril Ramaphosa

- He has been slammed so many time for his work that he knew that people would automatically put his name on this

- Rasta set things straight before it got out of control

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Mzansi artist, Rasta, has been slammed so many times that he automatically jumped to his own defence when a questionable painting of President Cyril Ramaphosa surfaced.

Rasta is known for painting portraits of famous people in South Africa. Despite his ‘fame’, the public are not at all convinced that Rasta is talented.

Briefly.co.za has reported on Rasta’s paintings man a time, and normally it is because they have created quiet the stir.

After having shade thrown at him for his paintings of Winnie Mandela, HHP, ProKid, Boity and many others, Rasta was not about to take the blame for this one.

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When the hideous painting of President Cyril Ramaphosa surfaced, Rasta jumped to social media to protect himself by making it clear that this is not his work, shame.

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In the beginning of February, the celebrity artist announced that he wants to open his own art academy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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