A local artist, Ennock Mlangeni, has showed off his talent by creating a breath-taking charcoal portrait of Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi. On Wednesday, the young ‘creator’ posted a snap of himself working on the massive portrait that could easily be identified as a picture of Zozi.
He captioned the post: “I was born to create. 100 RT’s and I will share the final rendition. My name is Ennock Mlangeni. You don’t know me yet!” Mlangeni got more than the 100 retweets he asked for and ended up sharing the final product in a Twitter thread.
I was born to create 🖤 100 RT's and I will share the final rendition 🙌🏾— #YouDontKnowMeYet (@ennockmartZA) December 11, 2019
My name is Ennock Mlangeni. YOU DON'T KNOW ME YET!! pic.twitter.com/FovEmlvd3d
South Africans were in awe of the young artist’s portrait of the Miss Universe 2019 title holder and they applauded him online.
Radio broadcaster, Masechaba Ndlovu, praised Mlangeni’s talent: “This is gorgeous. Still waiting on the one you completed of me.” While sang the artist’s praise, others poked fun at poor Rasta – who has not always wowed social media users with his art.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier this week that Rasta defended himself after a photo surfaced online allegedly showing his portrait of Zozi. The infamous artist said the image was photoshopped and he posted proof to clear his name.
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