South African comedian Trevor Noah explained Vicky Momberg's racist rant sentencing to the Daily Show audience and the clip went viral.
Vicki Momberg was sentenced to two years in prison after she dropped the K-word 48 times while speaking to black cops after her car was broken into.
The story made headlines as Momberg made history for becoming the first person in South Africa to be jailed for racism.
And, staying true to comedic style, Noah explained to Americans why it was such a big deal.
Noah told them Momberg called the two police officers attempting to assist her the k-word, explaining it was almost like the N-word in America, but worse.
He added black Americans decided to own the N-word and use it in songs, but in South Africa the K-word was a no for all races.
Later on in the video he told the audience after Apartheid ended, no white people were arrested and none of their belongings were taken, all the new government wanted was for them to stop using the K-word.
Noah added it was a request too difficultly for some whites folks, especially for Momberg.
Take a look at the video clip below:
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