Trevor Noah is among many South Africans who have expressed their disappointment at IAAF’s latest decision to have athletes, like Mzansi's golden girl Caster Mokgadi Semenya, compete with men if they refuse to take the medication to lower their testosterone levels.
"As a South African I may be biased but this is some bullsh**," said Noah during his show The Daily Show on Wednesday in response to the IAAF’s new controversial rules regarding female athletes with high testosterone.
He continued: "How is the IAAF going to force a woman to chemically alter her natural hormones, because they say, she’s too good?
It's not like she’s doping. She didn’t change her body in any way to gain an advantage. She just has a natural advantage."