Talk show host Trevor Noah is in a lot of trouble, after footage from a stand up comedy routine he did - has women in Ausralia mad. Footage of his 2013 stand-up routine showed up online - just as Trevor begins his Australian tour, which starts in Melbourne next month.
'All women of every race can be beautiful,' Trevor told the audience.
'And I know some of you are sitting there now going, 'Oh Trevor, yeah, but I've never seen a beautiful Aborigine', he said.
'Yeah, but you know what you say? You say ''yet'', that's what you say; ''yet''. Because you haven't seen all of them, right?'
'Plus it's not always about looks, maybe Aborigine women do special things, maybe they'll just like, jump on top of you,' Noah, 34, concludes, before imitating the sound of a didgeridoo while inferring oral sex.
Trevor - who is biracial from South Africa, is known to date ONLY White women.
Australians on social media are now calling for a boycott of his tour scheduled to begin with a performance at Melbourne's Hisense Arena on August 23.
Here's the "joke" in question:
The video has now been taken down and a contrite Noah wrote on his Twitter account that he would make sure it was not promoted anywhere again.
Several notable indigenous Australians criticized Noah and Australian academic Anita Heiss said she was "appalled and disgusted at the comments."
Former Australian National Rugby League Player, Joe Williams who posted the video on the social media platform, expressed his disapproval and asked Noah to apologize.