- On Thursday, infamous artist Rasta honoured the late Chadwick Boseman with a portrait
- South Africans were not impressed by the painting and neither was Mr Handsome
- The Twitter user, who has made a name for himself with his savage comments, dragged Rasta on the social media platform
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Rasta just can't seem to catch a break. After he showed off his portrait of the late Chadwick Boseman on Thursday, Lebani 'Rasta' Sirenje was dragged online by South Africans.
Now, Mr Handsome - who became known online for roasting people - took shots at the infamous funeral artist.
The man said Rasta could not represent Mzansi because he was born in Zimbabwe.
The post read:
"Rasta is from Zimbabwe, please South African Artists rectify this by making a drawing that represents us. Not this one made by Mugabe's son Rasta."
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Take a look at the post below:
Some agreed with Mr Handsome while others said he's being hateful towards other Africans. However, Mr Handsome defended himself against those who said he has something against Zimbabwe.
"Nonsense, I have nothing against Zimbabwe. So when someone says a Zimbabwean is a Zimbabwean y'all take that as an insult. That is self hate right there."
Take a look at some of the reactions his post gathered below:
On Thursday, Briefly.co.za reported Rasta paid his respects to Chadwick Boseman.
He shared a photo of the portrait on social media and captioned it:
"RIP to the first black marvel superhero. We respect your work. @chadwickboseman @MarvelStudios"
In other news, EFF leader Julius Malema is showing his followers that he's still with the trends as he posted a picture of his new shoes. The shoes were purchased from Drip SA and retail for R900.
The 39-year-old posted the image to Instagram a few days ago. The image received almost 10 000 likes and almost 200 comments, some of which were from celebrities and other politicians. Juju has been very active on social media since the start of lockdown in South Africa and has shared many aspects of his life.
The all-black sneakers have the Drip SA logo in white and as some of his followers say, they look dope. He is definitely proud of his "black drip" and so are his followers.
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