- Siphokazi Mngonyama claimed that people who thought that Trevor Noah is not funny are essentially admitting that they are not smart
- This started a fierce debate online as people took to the internet to prove how clever they are
- Generally a lot of people admitted that Trevor Noah's success is due to his comedic talent
Comedians are like wine, not everyone has the same taste and they usually get better with age. However, a heated debate has erupted on social media over South African funnyman Trevor Noah.
Siphokazi Mngonyama claimed that in order to enjoy Noah's humour, a person has to be smart. A lot of people who don't think Noah is funny did not appreciate being called stupid.
"You need a bit of brains to understand Trevor Noah's humour, otherwise you will say he isn't funny."
Those who were offended did not go quietly into the night and Trevor Noah started trending on Twitter as people took to the internet to prove they are clever.
"Trevor Noah is the only reason I always run out of data, I am forever watching his YouTube videos."
"Trevor Noah got humour for days. It's only the 'sad generation' who don't find him funny."
"Indeed you need brains to understand Trevor Noah jokes. And a bit more knowledge about what's happening in the world. If all you know is kasi stories, stick to those kasi comedians who swear and it makes you laugh!!!"
"Trevor Noah doesn't do jokes for people who only have high school education. Skhumba is available for that department."
"Trevor Noah isn't funny" direct translation 》》》》 English isn't my thing."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that US TikTok star, @dougromeo4212, recently headed to the popular social media app to share a rant clip in which he heavily criticises SA-born TV show host Trevor Noah for being involved in what he calls struggles he knows nothing about.
In the clip, the man basically calls Noah out for being vocal about issues black Americans are faced with in the country even though he has never experienced anything he speaks about personally.
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