Mzansi warn Rasta on painting Gee Six Five
Mzansi plead with Rasta to allow the dead rest in peace.
This statement was made after the celebrity painter expressed condolence to the Obani Lababantu hitmaker, Gee Six Five, who was announced dead on Wednesday morning, after battling COVID-19.
Rasta shared photos of himself smoking, and captioned it with: “Just landed in the Mother City to pay my last respects.”
Mzansi Twitter expressed their fear in his painting, as it is believed that the smoking effect might get the painting worse.
The painter trends on social media with users begging him to take a break off painting celebs who have passed on.
U are even smoking weed, I just hope u are not going to draw anyone Rasta pic.twitter.com/mbAZzNA0mp
— I’m Thapelo (@ThapeloAphane8) December 9, 2020
Don’t do it Rasta https://t.co/hTvNq25KTq
— Bantu Little (@BantuLittle) December 9, 2020
I wonder who invite you to all these funerals Rasta. pic.twitter.com/eCziMQUWZK
— Mr Quarantine (@BrianMpofus) December 9, 2020
Please Rasta, Please isizwe siyacela, just be there to support the family umele ilizwe QHA!!! DON’T YOU EVEN DARE AND PULL OUT YOUR BRUSHES… Please pic.twitter.com/5YyviBYXkn
— Ta Vido (@Luvuyo_Si) December 9, 2020
Hell no. Just let them rest in peace Rasta. No more drawings. We had enough pic.twitter.com/1nQyzLbAMG
— Z I N O V I E V (@AjayScofield_) December 9, 2020
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