- Rasta has decided to honour the late Mzansi artist, Gee Six Five who died earlier this month after getting infected with the coronavirus
- Taking to his Twitter page, Rasta shared the portrait of Gee Six Five with his fans and followers
- Soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the painting, many of them, as usual, criticising the artist
Gee Six Five aka Olpha Selepe, the Obani Lababantu hitmaker who passed away earlier this month from Covid-19 has been honoured with a painting by Mzansi arguably most controversial artist, Rasta.
Taking to Twitter Rasta shared a picture of himself standing beside the portrait which he made to pay tribute to the artist who passed very suddenly after achieving almost overnight fame with her song.
"Rest in peace @Real_GeeSixFive," he captioned the heartbreaking post.
Soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the portrait. Read a few of them below.
"I don't know your mother Rasta but this must be her."
"I thought Angie Motshega was still alive."
"Rasta you painted the wrong person... Prof Thuli Madonsela is still alive."
"Rasta do us a favour and draw YOURSELF l want to see something."
"Eeeehh!! Rasta tell us the truth, you the one who painted the late Bab' uMlangeni? Cause now am having a doubt sir."
"Dagga must be banned again Mzantsi, just for one reason."
"Rasta enough is enough please stop."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a Nigerian student identified as Ebuka Ian has shown that talents abound in the country after creating what many may not have seen before. The young man made a jacket, trousers, hat and shoes with plantain.
Ian, who is a 100-level veterinary medicine student, said he got interested in making something creative during the lockdown occasioned by the deadly coronavirus. He shared some photos of his creativity with Briefly.co.za, and it wouldn't be out of place to say his works are worthy of commendation.
The medical student lives in Nnewi, Anambra state. In recent times, Nigerians have been showing the world that the country is home to a lot of creative minds.
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