Trevor Noah. Picture: Instagram

Trevor Noah reminded the world why he is still one of the best comics as he touched on his 'childhood memories in Wakanda’ while introducing the Best Picture nominee, "Black Panther," at the Oscars ceremony on Sunday. 

Noah said: "Growing up as a young boy in Wakanda, I would see T'Challa flying over our village, and he would remind me of a great Xhosa phrase, Abelungu abazi' uba ndiyaxoka'—which means, In times like these, we are stronger when we fight together than when we try to fight apart,".

While the guests cheered on, Black Twitter was left in stitches by Noah's tale because they were undoubtedly the only ones who understood the true meaning of the Xhosa phrase, which loosely translates to "White people don't know I'm lying."

Tweeps are rolling on the floor, see reactions below: