Trevor's star continues to rise and he's proving that nothing is impossible, if you work hard, of course. The comedian was recently revealed as Jon Stewart's successor on The Daily Show. This made all South Africans proud and his grandmother also shared how happy she was about the news. She believes that Trevor really deserves this break.
Bonang is also making waves and changing the SA entertainment industry, without even trying. Queen B, who has revealed that she's working on a new TV show and shooting something in Nigeria, won her first Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award in LA. She is also proving to be a great influence on radio as the host of The Front Row on Metro FM. Bonang, who's graced the covers of countless magazines, also became the first African ambassador for Revlon.
Yho! These two have clearly not been sleeping. That's why they are on the list of the most followed African celebrities in entertainment.
Here's the full list from makhondlovu.com:
1. Akon - 5,7 million
2. Wale - 4.1 million
3. YouTuber Caspar Lee (South Africa) - 2.5 million
4. Comedian Trevor Noah (South Africa) - 2.1 million
5. Actor, singer and YouTuber Tyrone Sivan (South Africa) - 2 million
6. Singer Wizkid (Nigeria) - 1 million
7. Singer Davido (Nigeria) - 1.2 million
8. Singer D'Banj (Nigeria) - 1.1 million
9. Singer/producer Don Jazzy (Nigeria) - 1.08 million
10. Singer 2Face Idibia (Nigeria) - 1.04 million
11.Singer Banky W (Nigeria) - 1.01 million
12. TV and radio personality Bonang Matheba (South Africa) - 1.01 million