- Lerato Kganyago is the latest celebrity to have caught Rasta's eye as he recently decided to paint her
- The celebrity artist took to social media to proudly show off his work and received mixed reactions
- Lerato Kganyago made it clear that she did not recognise the woman in the painting
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Lerato Kganyago recently responded to Rasta's attempt at painting her. The celebrity artist, who is more famous for misses than hits, painted a picture of Kganyago and influencer Taka Tina.
Poor Rasta may have another miss on his hands as Lerato did not seem too impressed by the painting. Rasta captioned the artwork:
“Finally decided to take the painting of Taka Tina and Lerato Kganyago from level 5 to 1.”
"So who is the lady on the right?"
Taka Tina did not make things any better when he responded:
"I'm still trying to figure out who's the guy on the left."
Twitter user Iam_KG__ said:
"Maybe the painting is still coming... he's going to start painting you guys after he's done with that one."
"It's you Lerato."
"Why unjena kodwa (Why are you like this)? Rasta just painted SA's power couple."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lerato Kganyago has opened up about her financial woes amid the Covid-19 lockdown. The Metro FM presenter told a tweep that she is struggling to make money because she is not getting any deejaying gigs during this period.
The stunner said she makes most of her money through deejaying and uses it to support herself. Responding to a tweep who thought she was still rolling in the dough, the media personality said:
"I’m not getting gigs! And that’s where most of my money comes from? I need to restock and run my businesses and I use deejaying money, the same money I’ve used to buy my assets! What you on about? "
Other celebs, including Cassper Nyovest, Zodwa Wabantu and DJ Zinhle, have also expressed similar sentiments.
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