Rasta the artist has finally won the approval of Black Twitter – if not for his painting skills, then his ability to entertain us
The notorious SA-based artist recently revealed a portrait of President Donald Trump and his wife Melania to the amusement of his Twitter followers.
The portrait followed the news the POTUS and his spouse had contracted Covid-19 and were self-isolating at the White House.
He tweeted alongside the pic: “Together we can beat this virus. Get well soon Mr and Mrs @realDonaldTrump”.
Together we can beat this virus :disappointed_relieved:
And whilst many believed the picture looked nothing like the high-profile couple, they did however think that Rasta had finally done a celebrity painting justice…
On this two I agree with u Rasta:joy::joy::joy::100::crossed_fingers::skin-tone-6: pic.twitter.com/oD4v2awXOp
— I’m Thapelo:blue_heart::flag-za::sunflower::black_heart: (@AfricanHairCli1) October 7, 2020
You’re improving though pic.twitter.com/5F9VCsyAVS
— ChariX GiggS (@CharisFantene) October 7, 2020
No complaints my side this time around pic.twitter.com/xZFA8FrZ7C
— Sir Mongale (@Thabang_SF) October 7, 2020
A job well done Rasta, for the first time ever pic.twitter.com/eVqDdF5GzJ
— HLOKWA LA TSELA.. (@Rox_Ronald1) October 8, 2020
Rasta my friend, for the first time ever I think American Twitter will approve this one…:fire::joy: pic.twitter.com/SLf7WTTHLG
— Xolani Ngcobo (@XolaniNgcobo167) October 7, 2020
LOL – Do you approve of Rasta’s painting of Donald & Melania Trump?
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