Trevor Noah says he is not into cohabitation, even when married

Trevor Noah says he is not into cohabitation, even when married

- Trevor Noah believes that when it comes to relationships, the whole world has been doing it wrong all along

- Noah told Stern that he does not believe in living together with your partner, even if you're married to them

- He said he reckons it's the main reason why people get separated

The comedian and host of 'The Daily Show' revealed this during an interview with Howard Stern.

He said: “I'm a big advocate for not living together ever, even if you're in a marriage ... I think one of the biggest reasons people get divorced and relationships break-up is caused by this cohabiting bull**** that people believe is the way relationships are supposed to be.”

Noah added that he doesn't buy into the idea that everyone is designed to live the same way and said he believed that intimacy could be expressed in different ways. He said he also doesn't believe in going public with anybody that he is seeing.

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A few fans agreed with him. One wrote: "Trevor Noah’s philosophy on relationships, ownership versus partnerships, the influence of religion, and love is spot on. Humans are not cookie cutter, our lives shouldn’t be either."

Noah's last known relationship was with model, Jordyn Taylor. They split up late last year after being together for three years.

Fans think he should date Bonang Matheba next. They posted as such under a picture of the two of them together at an award ceremony.

One user wrote, "Can the two of you date, get married and have a beautiful family?"

Well, they do look spectacular together and they say friends make the best lovers. Let's hold thumbs for this epic potential coupling-up.

Meanwhile, Noah is set to make a movie about an eight-year-old Nigerian chess genius who aced the 2019 New York chess championship.

The movie will be fleshing out the narrative of the Adewumi family, who left Nigeria to seek asylum in the US, and how their child, Tani, became a champion in the game just after he had been playing chess for two years.

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