Haibo: Mzansi reacts to late Mshoza getting the Rasta treatment

Haibo: Mzansi reacts to late Mshoza getting the Rasta treatment

- Rasta has done it again, he has painted a recently deceased celebrity, this time it is Mshoza

- Mzansi has reacted as it usually does, with disappointment and asking people not to encourage him

- Some Twitter users were concerned that Rasta might paint Diego Maradona next and embarrass South Africa

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Rasta is at it again, this time he has painted the late musician Mshoza and as usual, Mzansi is not thrilled with his work.

People have taken to Twitter to voice their disappointment at Rasta's latest art piece and some are asking him to stop.

Others are begging people not to encourage him or he might embarrass South Africa by painting the late Diego Maradona.

Haibo: Mzansi reacts to late Mshoza getting the Rasta treatment.
Rasta has painted a portrait of the late Mshoza, disappointing South Africa. Photo credit: Instagram/ mshoza_thegodmotherTwitter/@RastaArtist
Source: Instagram

KULANI, @kulanicool, posted Rasta's painting online and captioned it with the following:

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"The late Mshoza according to Rasta."

Here is what Mzansi thought of the artwork:


"Guys plz don't let Rasta pain Maradona......he's going to embarrass us in front if the whole world!!!"


"Rasta draw you according to how much he respects you..."
"The more the respect... The gooder the art."


"There are artists out there who draw better than Rasta, but they are not famous like him."


"Rasta is playing us.. He knows drawing nonsense keeps him "relevant" and he enjoys the attention...any publicity is good publicity."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mlindo The Vocalist has taken to social media to share that he needs an urgent meeting with Rasta after a portrait of him was shared online.

The amused Mlindo doesn't think the picture looks anything like him. Mzansi social media users, however, were quick to come to Rasta's defence as the artwork was not by him.

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The amused singer shared the picture on his Twitter account and captioned it:

"I need a meeting with Rasta"

In other news, Rasta decided to celebrate his birthday by doing something different, he decided to paint himself and social media users were not disappointed.

In fact, it was just what they expected and the usual jokes and jobes ensued as South Africans took to social media to react to Rasta's latest artwork.

He captioned his post with the following:

"Thanks to everyone who pulled through to celebrate my birthday. Really appreciate the love."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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