(Picture from Casspernyovest Instagram account)
On Monday the 16th of this month, the South African artist, Cassper Nyovest recognized the work of Zuko Dwesi (as per his Twitter name) a man who had drawn him. This was after the man posted pictures of his artistic work in which he had drawn Cassper Nyovest and clearly stated that he would like Cassper to see his work. Many people retweeted until Cassper could notice it. Cassper was impressed by this artist's drawing of himself where he even retweeted it himself.
Not only was Cassper impressed but he also asked Dwesi to make another picture of himself, this time a bigger one so that he can hang it in his studio that is currently under construction. Cassper is also prepared to pay for it.
Dwesi did not just get Cassper impressed but he did what is sought by many to have been failed by Rasta. A few days ago, on Twitter, circulated a picture of a man who claimed to have drawn Zodwa Wabantu but people could not identify the drawing as Zodwa. Others said it looks like the current Miss South Africa and Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi but others only recognized a man's face.
Advocate Barry Roux posted the picture on Twitter;
Below are some of the fans' thoughts;
Zodwa Wabantu herself, did not have much to say.
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