Rasta paints portrait of Thandeka Mdeliswa: "Find another hobby"

Rasta paints portrait of Thandeka Mdeliswa: "Find another hobby"

- Rasta has painted another portrait of a recently departed celebrity, this time it is Thandeka Mdeliswa

- He is facing increasing criticism, either for his paintings or for directing the deceased

- However, there are still some people who think that he has real talent and he often divides Mzansi with his paintings

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Mzansi is growing tired of Rasta's art, some people see him as a visionary but others feel that he is not that good.

On top of that, some social media users are accusing him of disrespecting the memories of the departed.

Briefly.co.za learned that his latest portrait is of Thandeka Mdeliswa who tragically lost her life after an argument turned deadly.

This is Mzansi had to say about the painting:

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Rasta paints portrait of Thandeka Mdeliswa: "Find another hobby"
Thandeka Mdeliswa tragically died earlier this month. Photo credit: Facebook/Thandeka Mdeliswa
Source: Facebook

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Thandeka Mdeliswa’s passing has Mzansi shook. Reports have recently stated that an arrest has been made and justice will be served for the death of the 35-year-old actress.

Thandeka came to the limelight when she played the role of Khanya on SABC 1's drama series entitled iKani. New that Thandeka’s cause of death was a brutal gunshot. The incident happened at her family's home in Evander, Mpumalanga, on Thursday, 3rd September 2020.

In other news, Rasta has had his fair share of misses when it comes to painting people and South Africans feel his portrait of Chadwick Boseman definitely falls in the 'miss' category.

On Thursday, the infamous artist, whose real name is Lebani Sirenje, showed off his portrait of the late Black Panther actor.

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Rasta captioned the post:

"RIP to the first black marvel superhero. We respect your work. @chadwickboseman @MarvelStudios"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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