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Trevor Noah narrated the best Oscar joke that only Africans have understood



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Trevor Noah's Black Panther joke would have made King T & # 39; Challa (Chadwick Boseman) proud.


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Marvel's hit superhero film won the Oscars for best production design, best costume design and best original score at the [91] Academy Awards

on Sunday but the prize for the best Black Panther joke should have gone to the host of the Daily Show Trevor Noah who was an Oscar presenter.

When the South African-born comedian presented the best imager Black Panther, He joked that Wakanda and King T & # 39; Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) were real and valued part of his own childhood memories.

"When a little boy grew up in Wakanda, I would see T & # 39; Challa fly over our village and he would remind me of a great phrase from Xhosa: & # 39; abelungu abazi uba ndiyaxoka & # 39; & # 39; ; "Noah said. "Which means," In times like these, we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart. "

But those who speak the South African language of Xhosa know that Noah actually said" white people "I do not know that I'm lying."

Black Panther is something special for Noah. The comedian made a cameo appearance in the Marvel movie as voice of the character Griot .

Griot is the artificial intelligence system designed by Shuri for the virtual airplane that controls the character Everett K. Ross during an epic battle scene in the movie.

"Griot" is also the West African word for storyteller.


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