- Rasta recently headed online to share a picture of one of his happy customers with the painting he just did for him
- According to Rasta's post, the painting was done in honour of the man's birthday which he recently celebrated
-Many locals seemed to love Rasta's work and quickly headed to the comment section to share compliments with the Mzansi artist
Rasta finally seems to be getting a break from his social media fans who seemingly always have some questions about his work. His latest art however received quite a few compliments after he shared a picture of it online.
Taking to Twitter, Rasta posted the pictures of the painting portrait he had done for a man called Mr Leeuw who recently celebrated his birthday, and also pictures of Mr Leuuw who also seemed to love his new artwork.
"Went to deliver this portrait Today at Illovo. Hope you enjoyed your birthday Mr Leeuw," Rasta happily captioned the post.
He seems to at least have hit the needle closer to the head as many of his fans and followers quickly took to the comment section to share that they thought he was improving. Of course there were a few naysayers.
Read their comments below:
"So Rasta you only know how to draw when the person is alive."
"Some improvements there! Hope you don't have a ghost drawer now."
"That's how it's done Rasta, now we can say well done."
"That's Rasta I know."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lebani 'Rasta' Sirenje has made his mark countless times with his unique paintings. Rasta recently 'ran out of paint' and asked South Africans to donate money to him so he could buy more.
Now, the famous artist has painted Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in celebration of the announcement of their second pregnancy. Rasta 'honoured' the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with a rather peculiar painting, only he could make.
Once again, Rasta received a little trolling from SAns. Others complimented his special art that is quite unique and abstract. @LLCoolHun said:
"Please stick to painting our SA ancestors, not the Royals from other countries, you're embarrassing us."
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