Rasta paints portraits of Nathi Mthethwa and Ayanda Dlodlo, SA reacts

Rasta paints portraits of Nathi Mthethwa and Ayanda Dlodlo, SA reacts

- Rasta has painted two more members of the cabinet

- Photos showing his portraits of Nathi Mthethwa and Ayanda Dlodlo were posted online

- South Africans were quick to react to the images and they held nothing back in the comments

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Minister of sports, art and culture, Nathi Mthethwa, and the minister of state security, Ayanda Dlodlo, are infamous artist Rasta's newest muses.

The 'funeral artist' proudly flaunted his latest works of art and photos of the portraits circulated on social media.

Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared the photos on the social media platform and captioned it:

"Rasta plays too much yazi! Nathi Mthethwa the minister of sports, art and culture and Ayanda Dlodlo, the minister of state security. "

Take a look at the post below:

South Africans were divided on the post - some felt Rasta nailed it while others could only giggle.

Phuti Mokonne, who goes by the Twitter handle @PhutiMokonne, commented:

"My, Rasta. When he nails it, he does it well. At times he misses it so much that you can't help but laugh your lungs out."

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Rasta has been doing a series of the cabinet ministers since lockdown. Briefly.co.za previously reported he had Minister Mbalula feeling a little nervous when he shared a painting of him recently.

The affectionately dubbed 'Funeral Artist' is known for painting portraits of deceased public figures.

Mbalula was not too enthusiastic about being Rasta's recent muse and said that he hopes the artist was not foretelling the future. His anxious response to the portrait was met with amusement from political figures and social media users.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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