- International funny man, Trevor Noah, shared an old joke about Melania Trump and congratulated her for a successful #BeBest campaign
- He joked that her campaign had helped to ban her husband, Donald Trump from Twitter permanently
- Social media users reacted to his post with some agreeing with him and others asking if he is going tell jokes again
Trevor Noah shared an old video of him making fun of Melania Trump and her #BeBest movement which was aimed at preventing cyberbullying.
He captioned the video congratulating Malania on a successful campaign after US President Donald Trump was permanently banned on Twitter.
"Congrats @flotus @MelaniaTrump on such a successful campaign! #BeBest #TrumpBanned."
Donald Trump was banned from the popular social media platform after some of his posts were deemed to be an incitement to violence after the chaos that unfolded in the nations capitol this week.
Social media users took to Twitter to share their reactions to Trevor's joke:
"For those wondering if it’s worth impeaching him this time, it means he:
1) loses his 200k+ pension for the rest of his life
2) loses his 1 million dollars/year travel allowance
3) loses lifetime full secret service detail
4) loses his ability to run in 2024"
"Chief you must decide whether you want to be a politician or just a boring comedian."
"I wonder if Trevor Noah is finally going to start comedy now trump is gone."
"Funny that it took them 4+ yrs to ban him, but wait what would be you and CNN reporting every day if he was banned earlier ;-) now your museum of his tweet makes even more sense."
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Trevor Noah has bought a new house for the whopping amount of $27.5 million.
The 36-year-old South African comedian purchased the Bel-Air mansion after a Los Angeles architect named Mark Rios designed and built it for himself.
The massive home features six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Luxuries including an infinity pool, a screening room, a spa and steam room and a rooftop area for entertaining.
In related new, US President Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter over some posts he made which were deemed to be an incitement to violence.
Social media users around the world have taken to Twitter to share their reactions to the news.
Some are calling it a conspiracy and an assault on the freedom of speech, while the vast majority are celebrating the move.