- At this stage, Rasta is pretty much known for missing the mark and his latest work is no exception
- This time the SA artist gave Big Zulu his infamous treatment
- People are now adamant that the work looks more like a self-portrait than of the Mzansi muso
Rasta has shown off his latest work after giving Big Zulu his best shot on New Year's.
The South African artist took to social media to give Mzansi a glimpse at the artwork, captioning it:
"2020 is the year siyenza imali eningi, wallets zethu zequmbe, nina nithini."
This time around Mzansi was certain that the art actually did resemble a local celebrity, Rasta himself.
Take a look at just a few of the responses to the post below:
@Ori_Debig_Beats: "Drawing yourself might be nice mmmh."
@_Ozzie_ndzabela: "My thoughts exactly."
@unclescrooch: "Rasta how can we make money last year?"
@HermaineM: "He's stuck in 2020."
@Inenekazi_: "Nice to see you painting yourself for a change."
@LihleMangethe: "Exactly my thoughts, the jersey makes it worse even."
@IamDallc: "Eiy yaz Rasta. I know that feeling where you have something else in your mind but when you tryna put it out it becomes something else. Keep trying soldier!"
@NonPullOut: "He paints really well, but there's some astigmatism in the resemblance of the portraits to the poser."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Khanyi Mbau recently posted her reaction to receiving a portrait of herself done by Rasta The Artist.
The celebrity shared footage of the Mzansi Kwaito House Music Awards and the moment that Rasta revealed the artwork.
Khanyi could not contain her excitement at seeing the picture and lets out some squeals of delight in the moment.
Rasta is well-known for his portraits of famous people and has made headlines for his work depicting actors and politicians.
Khanyi captioned the video with an excited:
"Guys RASTA drew me!!!!!"
The video shows Rasta presenting an excited Khanyi with the picture and the two then embrace as Khanyi thanks the artist for his work.
The footage ends with the pair posing for the cameras and Khanyi grinning from ear to ear as she holds her portrait.
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