While Noah said he appreciates these accolades and never takes them for granted, he doesn't forget "the meaningful nature of who your creating the show for" — the viewers at home. Hall reminded Noah that "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" received six Emmy nominations in 2020, tying the show’s record for most nominations since 2014, the last full year that Jon Stewart was at the anchor desk.
Noah responded by pointing out that “Black people are Black people" and have endured one shared experience since birth. Hall said that Noah is “caught between a rock and hard place” as an African host who was not born in America.
Noah compared this to "juggling little bombs" that could explode any moment, but believes he has a responsibility to talk about the topics that others are afraid to approach. "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" has gained a reputation for addressing sensitive political topics and then incorporating those discussions with elements of comedy.
"It’ll hurt my feelings, especially when I feel like people don’t give me a fair shot ‘cause I feel like I give people a fair shot, you know? I’ve had Republicans on my show and I’m not just slinging things at them, I’m not just cussing them out. “A lot of the time what people say to me affects me," Noah said. No, I’ll talk to anyone, I’ll give anybody a fair shot.”
"I might not be from Philly … but when we talk about police, we all talk the same language. You don’t get to opt out.” “As broad as Black people are, unfortunately, there was one experience that has connected Black people and that has been oppression,” Noah said. When you’re Black, race is always at the front.
As part of Comedy Central's Emmy campaign for "The Daily Show," Hall sat down with Noah to discuss his career as a talk show host, giving people around him an equal chance and how Dave Chappelle helped him find his voice. One of Hall's questions for Noah was how he deals with online criticism. Noah admitted that he's thin-skinned but tends to heal quickly.
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They’re thinking like, ‘Do we get fired? Do we get beaten up? Do we get slandered? “If we’re afraid to have this conversation, how much more afraid are people on the streets?," Noah asked during an FYC conversation with Arsenio Hall. "People in an office, people in a school? So if we can’t have the conversation, then who can?” They’re terrified of having this conversation.
“I’m working on a few things with the team, and we’re really excited because I want it to be intentional. “As for going back to the studio, I have a few surprises as to what that will look like,” Noah said. People always say, ‘When are you going back?’ I’m never going back, I’m only moving forward.”
Noah said Chappelle played a major role in helping him find his voice. I want you to not run away from what you have to say. I know it’s scary, but don’t run away from it.” The revered comedian once told Noah “that you must never take for granted is what you have to say. Anybody can be funny, anyone can tell a joke, but not everyone has something to say.
“I don’t want to live in a bubble of not knowing what anyone thinks," Noah said. "I also don’t want to live in a world where I cannot disagree with somebody who I still see as a human being and even as a friend.”
13. Teasing a “brand new look and feel,” Noah said he has a “few surprises” in store for when he and his team finally return to the studio. After Noah's final “socially distanced” production airs on Thursday, "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" will go on a summer hiatus and return to Comedy Central on Sept.
While Noah said this tends to shock many people, he wants to have honest conversations with people on both ends of the political spectrum. Noah says this ethos extends to his team on "Daily Show." The staff "comprises of everyone," and by everyone, that includes Republicans.

Yo yo yo, yo
Rona re mapantsula hare reki
Down
Yo, achoo
Fokof, fokof, fokof
Ekse, sho
Sharp fede!!!

[Verse 1]
Ekse sharp fede, howzit
I’m back with improvement
I brought yall the game (Dichaele)
Hako lebuse
You growing but…
Ain’t nobody fucking with my movement
Ke hlantsa bana nkare ke weekent ya Macufe
Fresh prince from Maftown
Ntwana ya Braam’n
The game is full of fakes bro
I’m the only real one
Ke representa kasi, ke utlwile ke ma nigga
Yall came here with an Uber
Nna ke tlele ka masepa
Cutest in the city
Hottest on the continent
Hustle like Jordan
My swagger like Allen Iverson
These beats beg me for life
When I get on to them
I wouldn’t say I’m arrogant
But I don’t need your compliments
They tell me I floss too much
Hey ke mo tlotlo
Hey nyuk’ yaka, ke nyuk’ yaka
Ska mputsa di potso
These women show me love
That’s nothing that is unusual
Mari ake batli flop
Ke tswere klipa ya mavoso
Tjo, tjo, tjo
Nna le ntcha tsaka re pusha smokolo
Ra kena di combo mo madi pele mo pokotong
I’m moving through the city ka packete ya di condomo
Ke tsaba kguja sonoro
Next thing kguti dololo, eish
Bona re tlile mo Jozi rele seretse
Mo morago kga van, chomi didirenega
Ne ba re laga
Monna kana Jozi isleg
Tlo bone re pusha bana ba badi celeb

[Hook]
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae zaka
E kae nyuku (x3)
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae nyuku (x4)

[Verse 2]
Hey ngithi si ngena nga masimba
Nama Gusheshe, nama Sprinter
It’s always about the cheque
When me and my niggas link up
I lost a lot of weight
Maar pockoto igimba gimba
Eish, excuse the smell
Angithi si ngene nga masimba
Hey F’tsek
Hey kleva yin ngawe
Hara tlela wena hierso, otla re jinda
Re tletse bana baparang mini skirt ka winter
Rebe together like…
Babes Wodumo le Mampintsha
I blew up
I fucken blew up
I never screwed up
They paint me out to be a nutcase
But that’s how they do us
Unless you as clean as Lloyd Cele or [?] Luka
New age Zola
Ain’t our fault if the people choose us
I’m Sbuda
Kebe kae bula
Ke tlakantsuka
Ke dula
Ke tsele thupa
E ba tlatsang ka le fufa
Are you one
Stay persevering
Cause I’m sick as lupers
Whether it’s 2Pac
And I’m more important than the moola
Winning too much, too much
Winning for you fucken losers
Ey Buda, au kgate bolo, na ore o batla ho chunang
Thought you’d fool us
Came like the hustle
Do what you gotta do, but
The only nikka that did it better was Trevor Noah

[Hook]
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae zaka
E kae nyuku (x3)
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae nyuku (x4)

[Verse 3]
Hey fede ake sheli ka nyuku
Ke fela.. (“Sweetheart tla mo”)
Redisa le tlapa hare ceta we call Putco
Ke General
Blind ka lefuko
You can’t doubt (though)
And ke generous’ blind
Le hau ntine ke ofa mmao
And, letlo
Nyela kau fela lona
Ema ke yao rema, oka
Bela ma telling you are
Binnekant
Keo tsele thupa
Cannibal
Kena kula
Ketla le kenakula
Ane ka vernicular
Hey utla fela monate
To me its my life
It’s not a rap song
They say I look happy
I never knew that I’m that strong
That really gave it a silent effort
I take my hat off
But imma have to kill you niggas
If you don’t back off
The industries completely disregarding the consumers fam
Man I can’t believe I’m having to prove myself
(I mean) 2 platinum albums
(I mean) 2 fucken Bentleys
(I mean) I’m too fucken nice
Your shows are too fucken average

[Hook]
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae zaka
E kae nyuku (x3)
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
What’s up motherfuckers?
I be like… (Blacka, blacka, blacka)
Ke batla zaka motherfuckers
E kae nyuku (x4)