Lebani Sirenje, who is better known as Rasta, has distanced himself from an awful President Ramaphosa mural in a hilarious post on social media.
Numerous times in the past, local artist Rasta was dragged for his portraits of celebs and politicians. So, on Wednesday, Rasta was quick to make it clear a recent portrait of Ramaphosa was not his doing.
He shared photos of a hilarious Cyril Ramaphosa, claiming he is innocent this time.
"Guys this has nothing do with me," Rasta captioned the photos.
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Social media users were in stitches over the post and some said the mural did look like some of his previous work.
Melusi Skhakhane, who goes by the social media handle @Melomboma1, commented: "We want proof that it's not you."
Twitter user @tzito81, commented: "But it's like you."
Another tweep, @rmgmonene, added: "If it is not you...it is your apprentice...you taught him well."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Malusi Gigaba's wife, Norma, begged Rasta to put down his pencil after he revealed his next project was a portrait of the former Finance Minister.
"Can someone please take that pencil away before uRasta amoshe kakhulu. I know he will do 2-in-1 of Melusi and Musa Mthombeni," Mrs Gigaba wrote on social media.
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