- Photos of some artwork in the form of a drawing done by a local "artist" has left South Africans laughing out loud at how poorly it was done
- The post that was shared online features a photo of two men smiling together and a drawing that does not resemble the original photo at all
- Many people quickly compared the artists to Rasta, who also seems to have a knack of getting people to laugh at his artwork
A local Twitter user, @Kulanicool recently left South African Twitter users falling from their chairs from laughter after sharing a post about a locals man's artwork. The post features two snaps.
One snap is of a photo of two men smiling broadly for the camera and another is a drawing that was poorly done of the two men by an unnamed and unfortunately untalented artist - if we can call he/her that.
"Rasta has multiplied," @Kulanicool captioned the post hilariously.
Many South Africans seemed to be in agreement that Rasta has possibly managed to multiply. A lot of them also shared funny thoughts about the post in the comment section. Read a few of them below:
"He can't even draw himself, Uphi mbizeni Eze Lana usedinga induku manje."
"But anyone can draw this old ram man."
"Hau mara! Yeses, even the guy in the drawing is angry for not coming out well."
"this one must be arrested."
"Rasta, a true legend who multiply within his lifetime. Salute."
"At least he got the dreadlocks right."
Brielfy.co.za previously reported that 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.
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