South African comedian Trevor Noah responded Tuesday to backlash against his jokes in old tweets that surfaced after Monday’s announcement that he was named The Daily Show’s new host.
The 31-year-old successor to Jon Stewart fittingly took to Twitter to address his critics, claiming that his Twitter history is “not a true reflection” of his character.
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