Trevor Noah Blue Ticks MacG

Does he have bigger fish to fry?

By  | Mar 11, 2021, 03:14 PM  | Trevor Noah  | Drama

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It’s been more than 48hours since podcaster, MacG of Podcast and Chill with MacG launched a campaign requesting an interview with comedian and TV host Trevor Noah.

Read more: Babes Opens Up About Jub Jub, Wololo, Fame And Her Wedding

The popular podcaster began the campaign by tweeting an image of the comedian with the caption: “Dear Trevor, may you kindly bless us with an interview” and his followers, who call themselves, the chillers soon swooped in and supported his campaign by retweeting and commenting on the comedian’s image. 
Though Noah has been extremely busy with prepping for the Grammy’s as he's hosting this years awards this weekend, he’s been tweeting numerously about other stuff and tagging his Hollywood friends …thus blue-ticking the podcaster.
Noah tweeted: “I am refusing to do any interview from now on that doesn’t also include pyrotechnics! @JKCorden, always a great chat my friend. @latelateshow tonight. : @terencepatrick

Podcast and Chill with MacG is the biggest podcast in Africa with more than 140k subscribers, and has been trending weekly for their controversial interviews, loss of brands amongst other things.  MacG was also shaded recently when Thando Thabethe secured an afternoon radio hosting gig at 94.7. Their feud began a few weeks ago when Thando called out MacG for his homophobic comments on his show which resulted in him losing sponsorships. 
The podcast also trended recently when MacG interviewed Gqom Queen, Babes Wodumo who revealed that she regretted not saving money from her hit-single, Wololo. The interview with Babes also raised eyebrows regarding the musician’s relationship with her fiancé, Mampintsha who is believed to be controlling and emotionally abusive towards the singer.

On the show, the singer discussed the friends she made in the industry such as Pearl Thusi and Ntando Duma, and also touched on pulling-out from Jub-Jub’s show, to her childhood and meeting Mampitsha. 
“I made some celebrity friends in Pearl Thusi and Ntando Duma. I felt like I had arrived.” She said. "But my mom always knew how to put me in my place. At home, I was always reminded that I’m a child.

 I met Mampintsha when I was still a video vixen. I was 16/17 years old. He’d always call me to check up on me and I ended up catching feelings. We will be surprising you guys soon - our wedding special will be on Showmax.”
It is unclear at this stage if Noah has made any contact or will make contact with the podcaster! It's a waiting game! 

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