- South African-born comedian Trevor Noah is filthy rich, if his recent purchases are anything to go by
- The Daily Show host was recently snapped rocking a gorgeous luxury watch worth a staggering R3.9 million
- Trevor Noah has a large collection of expensive timepieces that carry price tags of well over R100 000
Trevor Noah is stinking rich. The South African-born The Daily Show host recently left fans in utter shock when he was pictured wearing a watch worth a whopping R3.9 million.
An Instagram page known as Insane Luxury Life shared a snap of the comedian wearing a Richard Mille RM11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph in rose gold and titanium. According to the page, the watch is worth around $230,000 (R3.98m).
Noah is no stranger to throwing around his dollars. He has previously been spotted wearing a Rolex GMT-Master II worth over R20 0000, a Rolex Submariner worth over R100,000 and a Patek Philippe Nautilus in rose gold for just over R1m.
But that's not all...
The DayWalker, as he is affectionately known in South Africa, reportedly purchased a house worth about R279m in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, last year.
Social media users were super impressed by Noah's time piece. Instagram user david.fors_ said:
"One of the comedy Kings"
"Nice watch, not sure if i would wear a watch of that value without worry though"
"He went from Lesotho to rocking RMs in the hills!"
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In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the coronavirus has had a massive global impact and the lockdowns imposed by various countries is having a devastating economic effect as well.
South African comedian Trevor Noah has been doing his bit to help those affected through The Daily Show. Noah has been asking audience members and followers to donate towards relief measures aimed at combating the effects of Covid-19 on society.
Briefly.co.za learned that these donations could not be used in South Africa, but will be distributed amongst various charity organisations in the United States.
Noah and his show have generated a whopping R9.5-million in donations to date, as confirmed by Deadline.com. The comedian has postponed his Loud and Clear stand-up comedy tour in light of the novel coronavirus.
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