- South African comedian Trevor Noah was awarded a special award from the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation
- The comedian shared the news of his being awarded in the Netherlands on Twitter
- Social media users congratulated the comedian and showered him with heartfelt messages
Praemium Erasmianum Foundation honours Trevor Noah
Trevor Noah has recently been honoured with the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation award in the Netherlands. The former host of The Daily Show With Trevor Noah shared the good news on his social media platforms with his fans.
The South African comedian shared pictures of what went down during the ceremony and captioned them:
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"Thank you for the warm welcome, the Netherlands! It was indeed an honour to be awarded the 2023 Erasmus Prize!! Special thanks to the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation, His Majesty the King Willem-Alexander, and the Royal Family. Humberto Tan, for the delightful conversation and everyone that attended last night in Amsterdam!!"
See the post below:
Fans congratulate Trevor Noah
Netizens flooded the star's comment section with congratulatory messages shortly after he shared the news of his being awarded in the Netherlands. See some of the messages below:
"Congratulations, Trevor. Well deserved."
"Aaah...Trevaaa!!! Hanging out with royalty! Congratulations."
"Congratulations on the award and thank you for a lovely evening at Carre - brought my sons along for the evening and can say you have left a lasting impression. You made them think about the power of conversation and question their views on so much."
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"Well deserved. Congratulations."
Mzansi debates on Trevor Noah's sense of humour
In a previous Briefly News report, the comedian was a hot topic for discussion as South Africans reviewed his sense of humour since his Trevor Noah Live in SA tour.
Netizens were split in half, debating if he could make Mzansi laugh the way he used to before he moved to the States. One person advocated and said what makes a comedian funny is relatable content with his audience.
Source: Briefly News