Watch Now France vs Australia Trevor Chats with His Grandma About Apartheid and Tours Her Home, “MTV Cribs”-Style | The Daily Show


In this special Self-Deportation Edition of The Daily Show, Trevor heads back to South Africa, tours the neighborhood he grew up in, talks to his grandmother about Nelson Mandela and apartheid, and gives an “MTV Cribs”-style tour of his grandma’s home.

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72 thoughts on “Watch Now France vs Australia Trevor Chats with His Grandma About Apartheid and Tours Her Home, “MTV Cribs”-Style | The Daily Show”

  1. Man, I am in tears. Tears of joy and sorrow. I am so elated that God has purposed Trevor Noah in the earth for such a time as this. This is powerful and funny and really makes me a proud African in America.

  2. Either being a host of his own TV show in the us doesn’t pay that well, or he just doesn’t want to help out Grandma and have her living a comfortable life. Lol

  3. It’s almost instinctual when Trevor changes his accent to speak to his grandma. I sometimes speak broken or simplified english when speaking with my gramps.

  4. His grandma’s house resembles grandma houses here in America. It’s captivating to hear her personal testimony about Apartheid; @ 91 and 9 months she’s an amazing lady with a sharp mind. Bless her 💪

  5. Its hard to come on the daily show without someone complaining about Trevor bringing up race. As in why does he see race in everything. You have to understand that the victims of racism will always see race in everything. Trevor was literally a crime. Apartheid ended less than 25 years ago. Discrimination was still abound and land and jobs unequally shared. Trevor learned to take the bad in his world (racism) and turn it into humor. So yes he tells his jokes based on a foundation of race. Those of us priveldged enough to not have had race impact our lives should just move along.

  6. I am an immigrant to the US and there is something really moving for me to see Trevor go back to his roots. They may be different from mine but the simple fact of sharing your experience and history with all of us is an education we really can’t do without if we want a more just, caring and sharing world. And I am so glad to finally see (after reading about it) how loved you are. Thank you so very much for allowing us a peek into your inner circle, Trev’.

  7. I love you so much for this episode Trevor. It was so very real. Makes me feel like Seth’s birth story about Axel. Reminds viewers you’re real people and you have lives.

    And your story and your mother’s and grandmother’s are all amazing.

  8. Dude, hook your grandma up! Your dollar would go sooo far. This one story is touching, there are many others with more horror.

  9. I don’t need a like button, I need a heart button for this one ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  10. I’m the first commentor..? Huh. Well just – this show has way to much money when they can send an entire production crew all the way to South Africa to interview mr. Noah’s grandma. I’m pretty sure I was more shocked than she was when the cam turned 180 to take that whole throng in, standing in her tiny kitchen. It’s the least anyone can do, considering that, fixin her up with her TV so she  get to enjoy her grandson’s show with herself appearing in it.

  11. Trevor, you better help your grandma! She is a wonderful lady and deserves your respect, the days you have left with her are numbered, so get to fixing the the things she needs help with, don’t make me come over there, I got some slippers too.

  12. tears Trevor…why are the best people those that have less and suffer…I never new my grandmother. I loved meeting your CoCo. She is strong and wise and still has pep in her step.

  13. This makes me miss my Granny so much. I could sit and listen to old people speak forever. So much to learn from them.

  14. I was in tears then laughter ur Grandmother is the epitome of Beautiful Grace, Wit and Love. I love speaking with our elder so much knowledge n there eyes hold so much Wisdom

  15. Apart-hate – every person who is bigoted has taken the second step in the 2-step logic (1) I’m right and (2) everyone else is wrong. That second statement is the killer, but some people are too insecure or ignorant to allow a multi-value logic or to admit that “right” is relative. We can thank religion for most of that. OK pundit-ing done…your grandmother is beautiful. Thank you for sharing her wisdom and beauty with us.

  16. Trevor – thank you for sharing this private bit of your life and your grandmother with us. Please do more visits if willing; absolutely loved this. <3

  17. Lololololololololol the biggest culture shock for me was the honking, we do it to greet people also 🇯🇲😂😂😂😂

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