Trevor Noah 'White people don't know I'm lying' Oscars jab

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In a seemingly grave moment, he translated the phrase as an inspiring call to unity in troubled times.

Trevor Noah introduced Black Panther as a contender for Best Picture during Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony, which was appropriate seeing as the Daily Show host himself hails from South Africa. "As Noah explained, "[this] means, 'In times like these, we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart, '" to which the audience of celebs responded with applause at the turn of phrase, incredibly poignant based on what is happening in United States politics right now. Those who understood the language, on the other hand, realized that the phrase actually translates to "White people don't know I'm lying".

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This was met with respectful clapping from the audience.

"Trevor Noah really stood on a Global stage and told a joke only South Africans could immediately chuckle at".

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IsiXhosa is heard in Black Panther itself, with the language used by some of the main characters throughout the movie.

Noah, who was a voice-over artist in "Black Panther", jokingly brought up all the times people have come approached him to talk about Wakanda - a fictional country in Sub-Saharan Africa in Marvel's universe.

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"Even backstage, Mel Gibson came up to me like, "Wakanda Forever".

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