- International funnyman decided to treat himself to something nice and bought a new R400 million home
- The luxurious mansion has made people feel all sorts of things as Twitter users took to social media to react to the home
- People congratulated Trevor on how he was able to become so successful
Trevor Noah splashed out a cool R400 million on a house in Bel-Air, it was built and designed by a Los Angeles architect named Mark Rios.
People were blown away by the scale of the home, six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and a whole range of luxuries such as a spa and screening room.
Since the story broke people have been feeling all sorts of things when they look at his sprawling mansion in the Bel-Air hills.
Here are some reactions from tweeps to his R400 million home:
"Trevor Noah deserves more than this Mansion. Deserves triple the amount or more. Man could have been a gangster in Cape Town but chose a better life. I applaud him."
"#TrevorNoah I was asking myself where in North Riding Bel Air this is kante is in California Japanese castleCongratulations Trevor."
"#TrevorNoah probably didn't even post that he bought that Bel-Air Mansion, some publication found out and blasted his purchase, now hommie's house is all over social media without his consent.. Being a celeb and privacy don't go hand in hand..."
"Congratulations Trevor, you did well. Now that we know your address when we are in America we will visit you, we will being along Mango's Mango and other South African things like chappies, live chicken Rooster and even imbuzi Goat cause you deserve it #TrevorNoah."
"Well done #TrevorNoah we are so proud of you, your hustle & everything you bring @Trevornoah hard work & consistency pays."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Trevor Noah has bought a new house for the whopping amount of $27.5 million (over R400 million).
The 36-year-old South African comedian purchased the Bel-Air mansion after a Los Angeles architect named Mark Rios designed and built it for himself.
The massive home features six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Luxuries including an infinity pool, a screening room, a spa and steam room and a rooftop area for entertaining.
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