Friday, November 20, 2020

Trevor Noah talks racism as GQ Men Of The Year cover star

On the cover, shot by Shaniqwa Jarvis, Noah is wearing a pickle green jacket, with matching turtleneck by Salvatore Ferragamo and, of course, rocked his well-kept Afro.


 In an interview with Wesley Lowrey, he spoke about racism and how hard it is hard to explain in America.Growing up as a multiracial child during the apartheid era in South Africa, the Daily Show host has seen racists acts in America.

He made an example of a homeless man outside studios who, despite living on the streets, is still racist towards other people.

He also spoke about the killing of George Floyd, to which he describes as the most painful video he’s ever seen.

Despite it all, the comedian has managed to create a name for himself in a foreign country. And while many of his peers want to make it to the Forbes list, Noah wants to be on the Forbes Happiest List.

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