Trevor Noah’s baby brother shares his own ‘life is like a box of chocolates’ analogy with a friend at school when asked a question about race.
On Trevor Noah's most recent 'Between the Scenes' section (taped truly between The Daily Show scenes), the SA born comedian and anchor person shared another South African memory – how his then 10-year-old sibling disclosed race to a companion who couldn't comprehend why Trevor looked white and his sibling didn't.
Trevor's two more youthful siblings are from his mother's second marriage.
In this way, while Trevor's dad was a white man from Switzerland, their dad was a dark South African man.
In any case, that is not how Trevor's more youthful sibling disclosed it to a schoolmate, when Trevor picked him from school one day.
Upon Trevor’s arrival, his baby brother shared the earlier conversation with him.
He started off by saying, “Kids, I just don’t know what to do with kids Trevor”.
The young man then goes on to reveal his explanation by using a clever metaphor.
He told his young friend that people are like chocolates. Some are white, some are dark and others are milky.
He closed off by saying, “But it’s all Nestle”. The studio crowd found the throwback moment very humorous as they cheered at the end.
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