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'The woman who showed me the final description of boundless love, Trevor Noah said of his grandmom

Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show and a comedian, is in grief. Frances "Gogo" Noah, his grandmother, died lately and was buried.

Trevor paid tribute to her life through social media.

"Our family buried the eldest member of our clan, Frances Noah, or Gogo as most of us called her, this morning," Trevor wrote.

"My grandmother was born in 1927, and despite being 95 years old, she had the finest memory of all of us."

Every moment she spent with her felt like a magnificent journey through time, as she told her about all of the family's greatest pleasures, losses, accomplishments, and milestones.

Trevor remembers his Grandmother Soweto's home was warm.

 “His house in Soweto was more than just a house; it was a refuge, a place where other women went when they had nowhere to go, a place where the people gathered every week for fun and worship, a place where all who can feel the love pouring out of his mighty bosom. 

Many of you already love Granny from afar, and I appreciate your comfort and blessings that are passed on to her in her memory. ”

Noah thanked his supporters for sending him "comfort and blessing" before completing his mission.

I've been crying all week while I watch the biggest "movie" I've ever seen.

My first breath began the story, and my final breath ended it. The woman who taught me how to love without being hypocritical. She died gently in her sleep, even blessing us on Mother's Day, which she had truly appreciated. "Farewell, Nkgono."

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