DJ Black Coffee and Trevor Noah’s interview hits Mzansi in the feels

DJ Black Coffee and Trevor Noah’s interview hits Mzansi in the feels

- DJ Black Coffee and Trevor Noah sat down for an interview on The Daily Show

- Both stars spoke highly of Mzansi and how they are trying to get the world to see just how incredible their homeland is

- The people of Mzansi were filled with pride and patriotism after watching the interview

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DJ Black Coffee taking the guest seat on Trevor Noah’s The Daily Show made for a really amazing interview that left the people of Mzansi feeling all kinds of proud.

The buzz to see two of the Mzansi-born international stars sit down together was real. Trevor’s had many incredible guests on the show but none came close to the feels-worthiness of having Black Coffee.

Briefly.co.za noticed how the words exchanged between Black Coffee and Trevor during the interview touched the hearts of many South Africans.

Talking about his road to success, Black Coffee explained that having been hungry and knowing what it feels like to starve was all the motivation he needed to put in the hours and hustle hard.

Growing up in Mzansi, both Trevor and Black Coffee know the real meaning of poverty and what it is really like to grow up in a third-world country.

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Black Coffee is part of a movement that is trying to show the world another side of Africa and remove the unappealing stigmas attached to it.

"We are trying to change the narrative about the continent. Maybe it is our fault; we have always seen Africa as an inferior place. All the best things were on TV, which means they were in America or Europe. It took so much away from the continent and we want to reverse that," he said.

Both Black Coffee and Trevor are proud of where they came from and will never forget their roots.

The interview hit many right in the feels!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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