- A local artist has shown off his wax sculpture of Bok captain Siya Kolisi
- South Africans were divided by the sculpture
- Some praised the wprk while others said it might be Rasta
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a local artist, Lungelo Gumede, who creates intricate wax sculptures of iconic people.
Now, Gumede has shown off his newest piece of art - a wax sculpture of Siya Kolisi. Taking to his official Twitter account, Gumede posted a couple of snaps of the Springboks captain sculpture.
The post largely divided social media users. Some thought it might be the work of Rasta while others applauded Gumede's wax sculpture.
Mondli Khobeni commented:
"Great attempt. The face is not Siya but he did a good job in other details though God bless him."
Andrew Pompi Munkhondya added:
"This is amazing guys. People are talented out there just lacking opportunities to work. Congrats clever boy."
Katlego SkunkBerry Destiny wrote:
"The wax figure looks like Augustine Mulenga."
Twitter user, @KwezimfazweniII, added:
"Some people are talented serious. This is power broer, I'm serious. I love it, this what we call a God-given gift. No one can take it. God bless you baba."
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