Trevor Noah pays touching tribute to his late Gogo Frances [watch]
'She gave me perspective. I think that was something she always did for myself and for my family,' said Trevor Noah in the touching clip.
South African-born US-based comedian Trevor Noah recently opened up about grief and how much he misses his late grandmother who passed away only three months ago. In a heartwarming Instagram video, the Daily Show host spoke about his fondest memories with his late Gogo and how much he misses her now that she is no longer.
His post received many beautiful comments from people who could relate to how he is feeling. Many of them wished him well during this period of grief.
Trevor Noah opens up about his grandma’s passing
One of the country’s most successful comedians Trevor Noah is a source of endless laughter for people across the world.
The comedian and media personality has built a career from making people laugh but also has a deeper side that he frequently shares with the world.
He recently spoke up about his grieving process after losing his granny Frances Noah.
The TV host first shared the news of her passing on 12 May this year.
And now he has spoken up about how she positively impacted his life. In a video shared on the ten Daily Show Instagram page, Trevor says:
“That’s what (my Grandmother) left me. Always laughing, always remembering, always appreciating, and just trying to remember where you were, where you are, and where you’re trying to be,” he captioned the post.
Positivity all the way
“She gave me perspective. I think that was something she always did for myself, for my family, she put things into perspective,” said Noah.
“When you have lived for nine decades, the perspective that you have on progress…progressive ideas on improving your life as a person, whatever it may be, the perspective you have is a really interesting one.”
He also added that she taught him never to let frustration overwhelm the idea of progress – something he always takes with him.
He then ends his tribute by thanking her for leaving a lasting impression on the Daily Show viewers who remember her fondly from her appearance on the show.