Lebani Lerenje, popularly known as Rasta, has struck again, this time with a bigger agreement that will help him earn even more renown. Rasta is an artist who is recognized for his paintings, however unlike other artists who are known for their outstanding work, Rasta is known for creating the most heinous artworks.
He is recognized for painting portraits of individuals, especially celebrities, and his work defies expectations. People are continually laughing at him because he misreads people's faces. Some of his victims were President Cyril Ramaphosa, rugby captain Siya Kolisi, former Miss Universe Zozi Tunzi, and the late Desmond Tutu.
Recently he got a Chicken Licken Advertisement gig and in the advertisement, he was asked to draw a culprit who ate the chicken. As expected, Rasta got it wrong and he drew what looks like the captain instead of the real culprit. It got the captain in trouble but the advertisement was surely a funny one.
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