- Lebani Sirenje, who goes by Rasta, has made Mamelodi Sundowns senior coach Steve Komphela his latest inspiration
- Rasta showed off the portrait of the 53-year-old on his Twitter page on Monday
- However, South Africans weren't impressed with the painting and roasted Rasta in the comment section
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Infamous artist Lebani "Rasta" Sirenje has once again managed to make himself a target on social media.
This time, the funeral artist showed off his portrait of Steve Komphela - who has recently joined the Mamelodi Sundowns' technical team.
Rasta captioned the post:
"Help me welcome @Masandawana's new coach @komphelasteve."
Take a look at the tweet below:
The post gathered quite the reaction and tweeps did not think the painting resembled Komphela at all. Some called on Rasta to change his career while others made jokes about the latest addition to his gallery.
Cebsile Dlamini, who goes by the Twitter handle @Cebsdlamin, commented:
"You are very brave shame, that's one thing I've noticed about you. You draw innocent people and post them with other people's names and carry on like nothing happened."
Steve Komphela is now part of the Mamelodi Sundowns' technical team. The 53-year-old signed a deal with Masandawana to act as a senior coach.
According to the Sundowns, Komphela will report to the joint head coaches, Rulani Mokwena and Manqoba Mngqithi. A statement by the Brazilians read:
"Masandawana let's welcome @komphelasteve to the home of the Champions! He will join the Brazilians' technical team as a first team senior coach reporting to the joint head coaches."
The news left soccer fans divided - with some applauding the Sundowns for signing a coach with so much experience while others wanted to know what the difference was between the senior and head coaches.
Komphela's appointment follows Pitso Mosimane resigning as the head coach of the Sundowns. Briefly.co.za previously reported Mosimane dumped the Brazilians to join Egyptian giants Al Ahly. The outspoken coach started his partnership with Ahly on a winning note.
He led the team to victory during their first match with him as their coach. Al Ahly saw themselves achieving a 1-0 victory over the opposing team, Al Mokawloon, in the Egyptian Premier League
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