- Rasta the artist has once again headed online to share a photo of his latest artwork, a portrait of Precious Motsepe
- According to the caption of the Twitter post, he made the portrait in honour of International Women's Day
- Many South Africans found the portrait atrocious and wasted no time heading to the comment section to let their thoughts known
Rasta has once again managed to leave South Africans questioning his talent after sharing a photo of a recent portrait he completed of Precious Motsepe in honour of International Women's Day which was observed on Monday this week.
Rasta's post included the original photo of Motsepe and a few others of himself posing proudly next to the portrait he did of the South African mogul. In the caption, he explains that it was done for International Women's Day.
"Celebrating international women's day with @PreciousMotsepe," he captioned the post on Twitter.
Very soon various locals were criticising him for getting it all wrong. Many of them headed to the busy comment section of the post where they shared their very crass and sharp opinions with him.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Rasta does comedy through painting guys, don't take him very serious."
"Rasta kodwa, ayi ithi ngithule."
"A quick one Rasta, do you paint with your sun glasses on?"
"Are these people even asking you to draw them."
"My best part of this picture is a background."
"Ai Wena Rasta I think it's time to rest now. Your painting looks nothing like @PreciousMotsepe please respect other people aseblief."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Rasta has been known to leave South Africans with raised eyebrows regarding his artwork which is more often than not, questionable. The local artist once again headed online to share a picture of his latest completed project.
Heading to Twitter, he shared a photo of a wall on which he painted various South African legends. On the wall, Lebo Mathosa, Brenda Fassie, Mandoza, and Jabba are portrayed through Rasta's eyes.
"Project completed," Rasta captioned the photo of the colourful and sentimental wall.
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