- On Friday, Rasta posted a snap of his newest work of art
- The artist showed off a portrait he had been working on of the late Robert Mugabe
- The post went viral and Mzansi was quick to give their views
South Africans have had a love-hate-relationship with Lebani Sirenje, who goes by Rasta the Artist, for a while now.
Rasta became famous for painting portraits of deceased celebs and political leaders, and recently he turned his focus on the living as well.
Only hours after Mzansi asked "where's Rasta", the artist showed up and rocked social media with another work of art.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Rasta posted a snap of himself working on a portrait of Robert Mugabe - who passed away last week.
"Rest in eternal power my leader #MugabeFuneral," he captioned the photo.
The photo resulted in Rasta trending on Twitter and South Africans had a lot to say about his painting of Uncle Bob.
Twitter user, @Promise30797182, commented: "Practice makes perfect, just a little nyana then that 75-year-old Mandela will be Mugabe for sure."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported on Thursday that there was chaos in Zimbabwe as citizens jostled to view the late president.
During the viewing event, a stampede broke out as attendants vied to catch a glimpse of their deceased leader.
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