On December 2, 2018, global icons including Trevor Noah graced the stage at FnB Stadium for a worthy festival to raise funds in the name of fighting against poverty.
After the show, the South Africa comedian and television host visited his 91-year old grandmother at her home to speak about what it was like raising Trevor Noah during the apartheid era and the contributions of Nelson Mandela in building the country.
Sweetly referred to as Gogo by Trevor, she let him and his crew into her home as they shared fond memories and laughed about how feisty he and his mother Patricia were while growing up. Trevor even took the opportunity to convince her to start watching The Daily Show.
Watch the full chat below.
Trevor visits his Grandma Koko in Soweto, South Africa, to talk about his childhood, her life under apartheid, and what exactly he needs to do to get her to watch The Daily Show. pic.twitter.com/cwDloUxVis
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 4, 2018
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