- Rasta made an appearance at the funeral of Richard Maponya
- The infamous artist sat quietly and painted a portrait of the late buinessman
- South Africans were pleasantly shocked over the painting, some even saying Rasta was improving
Rasta is at it again but this time he received a thumbs-up from Mzansi social media users. Earlier this year, businessman Richard Maponya passed away at the age of 99.
His funeral was held on Tuesday and infamous artist Rasta - a well-known funeral painter - attended the event.
Rasta was caught on camera quietly sitting at the funeral, painting the late beloved businessman. A photo of him working went viral and South Africans had a different reaction to his portrait of Maponya.
We took a look at some of the comments the Rasta's latest portrait gathered online.
Twitter user, @Bhuti_Yanchaza, commented:
"I personally think that Rasta is a great artist and all those botched portraits were done intentionally to get our attention. That was Rasta's #Vision2020 and he's achieved it."
It's not the first time Rasta managed to get a painting right. Briefly.co.za previously reported on three times the infamous artist nailed the portraits he had done.
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