IN PICS: Trevor Noah schooled on Aboriginal women while visiting Australia

Trevor Noah. (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Trevor Noah. (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - The South African born comedian recently shared snaps of himself while visiting Australia.

His visit to the country comes shortly after a video resurfaced of him making derogative comments about Aboriginal women. 
Trevor Noah who has since apologised and has travelled to Australia to learn more about Aboringal people.

“Thank you to these "Wild Black Women" for an amazing honest and funny conversation about Aboriginal women, Australia's history and the context of comedy,” he captioned a snap of himself while posing with Australian radio show hosts Chelsea Bond and Angelina Hurley.

The 34-year-old Daily Show host, even shared a series of street art snaps while in the coastal capital city of Melbourne which he captioned, “Scruffy in Melbourne.” 

Check out the full snaps below. 

Scruffy in Melbourne. #NoWorries #TrevInAus #acdclane

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