Rasta is not only painting deceased people any more and his newest work had South Africans playing the guessing game.
On Friday, Lebani Sirenje, who is best known as Rasta, shared a photo of himself working on his latest piece and it once again sparked a massive reaction.
Simply captioning it, "good morning South Africa", the artist gave Mzansi a taste of his new painting, which he later revealed to be David Makhura.
South Africans were in stitches over the portrait and Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the most hilarious guesses and reactions.
Ma Ka Asande commented: "Could be Mbalula phela with Rasta you never know."
Shirley Matsoara Khotle added: "This looks a bit like deputy president Mabuza."
Thabang Mokganya said: "Someone from his head...because he always does that e.g he will show us a picture of Ramapha and say 'I'm going to draw this guy our President'...then jiki jiki when he's done we see a drawing David Mabuza or Caspper Nyovest."
Nkosie, who goes by the Twitter handle @Nkosie777, commented: "Hahahaha, Rasta keeping everyone guessing, that's dope talent right there."
Rasta shared another photo where he posed with David Makhura and the finished product.
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