Rasta is working on portrait of Malusi and it has Mrs Gigaba terrified

Rasta is working on portrait of Malusi and it has Mrs Gigaba terrified

Infamous Mzansi artist, Rasta, has set his sights on the former finance minister, Malusi Gigaba, whose wife took to social media to beg him not to do it.

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Lebani Sirenje, better known as Rasta, has taken to social media to reveal his new muse - and, it is none other than the Candy Crush-playing former minister, Malusi Gigaba himself.

"Are you ready?" Rasta captioned a photo of himself holding an image of Gigaba.

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Mrs Gigaba rushed to social media, like a cop trying to get a thug to drop his gun, she called on Rasta to put...the...pencil...down. Nobody has to get hurt.

Briefly.co.za saw Norma shared a photo of Rasta with a photo of her hubby and she called on someone to take his pencil away.

"Can someone please take that pencil away before uRasta amoshe kakhulu. I know he will do 2-in-1 of Melusi and Musa Mthombeni."

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Social media users were left in stitches over Norma's Instagram post and they shared her concerns over Rasta's new project.

Instagram user kwebunl commented: "Tjo Tjo he must not start. We don't want to have a heart attack...Rasta bring back the pencil hle."
Another user, knownmpumelelow, added: "He will probably come out looking like Black Coffee"

Twitter users also took to the social media platform to beg Rasta not to draw Gigaba.

Urie Trishkov, who goes by the Twitter handle‏ @bonolo79, commented: "Rasta, step away from the canvas!!! I repeats, step away from the canvas and out the brush down. Put your hands where we I can see them."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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