A guy took to twitter a picture which consisted of a drawing he recently did. This was a drawing of Kabza De Small. Kabelo Petrus Motha better known by his stage name Kabza De Small, is a South African DJ and record producer.He was born in Mpumalanga and raised in Pretoria. He has been referred to as the king of the Amapiano genre. Motha has collaborated extensively with record producer DJ Maphorisa. Wikipedia He was born on the 27th of November in the year 1992, currently 28 years old as of 2021.
With that being said the guy wrote on his caption asking people to retweet his artwork until Kabza sees it. People thought his artwork was hilarious and highlighted how he might get into trouble for doing this. Others applaud him for trying his best and mentioned that he is way better than Rasta. See more of people's reactions down below;
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