Black Coffee and Trevor Noah link up while in Manhattan, New York.

The comedian who relocated to the US years ago met with the Grammy-award-winning star who had a 3-day gig.

Coffee has been traveling from one international country to the other for performance, and the recent one held in the US was star-studded.

Asides from meeting the SA-born comedian, he also had the likes of Busta Rhymes at his show.

Trevor who is excited to meet his brother from the same country shared a photo on Instagram, with a video clip from Black Coffee’s set, and captioned it with: “Once upon a time two African kids had a dream… Mzansi represent.”

South Africans jumped on the post to gush over how they support each other and the bond between them.

Meanwhile, it was announced that Trevor Noah will be concluding his duty as the host of The Daily Show after 7 years.

He will be celebrated in December 2022, and the show will return with a new host in 2023.

The Comedy Central said, “celebratory look back at his greatest moments” will kick off on 5 December, highlighting moments from Noah’s seven-year run as host.”