- Late Mzansi Magic actress Lindiwe Ndlovu is the latest bereaved celeb to receive the infamous Rasta treatment
- Rasta, as he does, decided to pay tribute to the actress who died a few days ago after having health complications
- While a few people saw significant improvement in his work, others wondered what drugs he was on
South African actress and Mzansi Magic's Lockdown star, Lindiwe Ndlovu passed away on the 11th of this month after experiencing some complications with her health. Not long after her death, Mzansi's controversial Rasta honoured the late actress with not one but two portraits.
"A start has fallen. The entertainment your brought and talents will forever live in our memory. #RIPLindiweNdlovu," he captioned pics of himself standing besides his work.
While the artist seemed to be very chuffed with his work, many locals did not think it was an honour to the late star at all. A lot of them headed to the comment section to express just how much they did not think the women in the paintings bared any resemblance to Lindiwe, while others on the other hand thought his work showed significant improvement.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Did you just say start has fallen?Maaar your art Rasta masiyeke net so mfanaka."
"One thing I have noticed with you Rasta is with elders you dont make jokes."
"Much better this time."
"Rasta, man to man I want to ask. Is this some kind of stunt or you are for real?"
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Lockdown actress Lindiwe Thembekani Ndlovu has passed away. Mzansi social media users have continued to send their heartfelt condolences to her friends and family following the veteran Thespian's death on Monday, 11 January.
The SAFTA award-winning actress died in her home, according to a statement released by her agency, Gaenor Artist Management:
"What we will remember most is her love and unwavering dedication to her friends and family. She had a larger-than-life presence that was undeniably infectious to those who loved her." Lindiwe played many roles on TV and film. She also loved acting on stage.
"By far her greatest achievement was receiving her SAFTA award, which was presented to her by the incredible American actor Samuel L Jackson, which she received for Best Actress in a Feature Film."
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Source: Briefly News