Lindiwe Sisulu responds to Rasta’s ‘moemish’ picture of her

Lindiwe Sisulu responds to Rasta’s ‘moemish’ picture of her

Government official Lindiwe Sisulu has become the most recent casualty, uh, muse for VIP painter Lebani “Rasta” Sirenje, and it appears she isn’t intrigued.

Rasta has discovered popularity for his representations of celebs and legislators, including President Cyril Ramaphosa, previous pastor Malusi Gigaba and EFF pioneer Julius Malema.

The clergyman of human settlements, water and sanitation was the most recent fat cat to get the Rasta treatment. A snap of Rasta drawing the priest while holding her photo became famous online via web-based networking media over the weekend.

The representation was a piece of the craftsman’s 30 pictures of lockdown arrangement which he began while confined at home.

An online networking account in the priest’s name shared its astonishment about the work of art, and tossed in a youthful “H for feverish”.

The roads were likewise in dismay, and encouraged Rasta to at long last resign the brushes.

Indeed, even celebs got in on the activity, snickering at the “moemish”.

Mama Lindiwe was by all account not the only government official to get a picture. Rasta likewise drew exchange and industry serve Ebrahim Patel and transport serve Fikile Mbalula as a feature of his most recent arrangement.

Goodness, and there was likewise social advancement serve Lindiwe Zulu and police serve Bheki Cele.