Lebani "Rasta" Sirenje showed support for the Mamelodi Sundowns last week by painting a portrait of their coach, Pitso Mosimane.
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Last week, the Mamelodi Sundowns took on the Orlando Pirates and artist Rasta was there to show The Brazilians support.
The Sundowns ended up losing and Mosimane blamed the "ghost", however, the loss did not stop Rasta from showing off his portrait.
He posted several snaps of himself working on the Mosimane portrait, adding he had a good time.
Take a look at the post below:
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Social media users loved the image and some had jokes.
Twitter user, @Bonzz04, commented:
"I like you consistency and your confidence."
On Wednesday, Briefly.co.za reported Rasta had to defend himself after Mzansi accused him of being behind the botched Tupac statue.
A photo of the statue went viral on social media and tweeps around the world said it looked nothing like the late rapper.
Mzansi social media users wanted to know if Rasta was responsible, to which he answered:
"I do not know anything about this, I also thought it's Tso Vilakazi."
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