- A budding artist has decided to offer his latest piece of work to Africa’s well-known DJ, Zinhle Jiyane, and many people are not impressed
- Even the popular lady of the dance floor in Mzansi, DJ Zinhle herself is unsure whether to cry or just laugh at the art piece
- Mzansi social media users are somewhat divided on their reactions to Zinhle’s post but a major portion likened the artist's work to that of the famous Rasta
Dubbed as one of the most gifted DJs in the African continent, Zinhle Jiyane could not contain her feelings after art depicting her surfaced on social media. The skilled musician shared the artwork on her social media page, saying she is not sure whether she should cry or not.
Despite the message accompanying the artwork being innocent one from an admiring fan, the DJ just could not help letting it out that she was unimpressed.
The latest post has also attracted scores of comments from her fans and some have hilariously said the artefact is similar to a character in The Game of Thrones.
Briefly News is looking at the comments from the social networkers who have also taken the back seat and analysed the art piece.
“Ngathi yi character yaku Game Of Thrones.”
“Ziphiwe ezinye izingane (Some kids are talented).”
“Omunye uRasta futhi lona (This is another Rasta)."
“Eba le mohau (Have mercy please).”
“But we needed this laughter emvakwalamasonto esibuya kuwona (after having a rough few weeks), nailed it my guy.”
Briefly News reported that media personality and entrepreneur DJ Zinhle is hard at work to secure the bag. The musician recently launched a new variant of her highly successful alcoholic beverage.
Taking to social media, DJ Zinhle posted some pictures of herself with the bubbly along with the caption.
“This is why we dream big. Why we work late. Because - hard work & determination pay off. Introducing the newest edition to our @BoulevardRoselineup: Luxury Nectar MCC Signature Edition. As sweet & satisfying as any reward. Cheers...”
Mzansi social media users congratulated Zinhle for working so hard. Even industry peer Boity Thulo chipped in.
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