Trevor Noah Shows Love and Praises Fellow Comedians Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle
- Trevor Noah is grateful for the opportunity to work with US comedians Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle
- The SA-born comedian took to social media to gush about them and their shared love for stand-up comedy
- Trevor feels that there's no other people who can understand his craft better than the two of them do
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South African-born entertainer Trevor Noah has applauded his companions, US comedic artists Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock, for their inspiration to return to doing stand-up comedy after just about a year from taking the stage.
Trevor took to Instagram at the end of the week to share photos of himself and the hilarious jokesters at the Stand Comedy Club and Restaurant where they performed.
"When you haven’t been on stage in almost a year, and Chappelle tells you it’s time to get back on stage, you get back on stage," said Trevor.
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Trevor said he and the two legends share adoration for stand-up comedy that only other humorists can comprehend. The SA comedian believes that hardly any things in this life have meant more to him than the two legends as guides and companions.
"All three of us share a love for stand-up that only fellow comedians can truly understand, and it’s easy to keep that love going when you get to share a stage with the greatest to ever do it. It’s time to get back on stage, let’s do this people," said Trevor.
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Legit.ng previously reported Trevor Noah and US politician Ted Cruz battled it out in a hilarious war on Wednesday, April 28.
The South African comedian took a hilarious dig at the Texas Republican after he criticised a segment of Trevor's The Daily Show the day before.
The US-based stand-up comic discussed the potential effects of red states like Texas gaining seats in the House of Representatives while blue states like California and New York lose them.
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