- Shimza took to social media to share a lovely portrait that Rasta the Artist painted of him and he loved it
- The DJ said that there's no wrong way to make art and showed appreciation to Rasta for his efforts
- Mzansi social media users were in the comments section with their thoughts about Rasta's portrait
Rasta the Artist is a popular art maker in Mzansi who loves painting South African celebrities and public figures. His work is very popular on social media but sometimes, people think that Rasta "misses the assignment".
Shimza however is very appreciative and took to social media to share a portrait of himself painted by Rasta and said that he really loved it.
Shimza captioned his post:
"What an amazing soul this brother is! One of the most genuine people I’ve ever met! I asked him why he gets paintings wrong and he said “This is what my eye sees, and that’s the art.”
Shimza also hashtagged the post by saying that there's no wrong way. This is his way of expressing that even though Rasta's art isn't always received well by others, this doesn't mean that he's necessarily doing it wrong.
Check out the reactions from social media users to Shimza's post below:
"EXACTLY why when guys ask to send me their new music to judge/rate, I tell them that “I refuse to judge and give feedback on someone’s ART. If I feel it though, I WILL play it."
"He nailed it."
"Hai hai wat gaan aan hierso."
Briefly News previously reported that Shimza bought his first truck and branched into the logistics business. Shimza is celebrating big wins and took to social media to share that he just bought his first truck.
The DJ posted snaps of his achievement and he was sitting pretty in his new big toy. He captioned the post with the following:
"My first truck. Lekganyo is my other company named after my daughter. Let’s get working."
Judging by his post, Shimza is ready to dive into the world of logistics and buying his first truck is going to make life so much easier. The DJ is planning to expand even more and this probably won't be the only truck he's going to buy.
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