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  • Published on: 10 September 2019
  • Where Trevor’s accent skills came from and why he’s his grandmother’s favorite grandchild.

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COMMENTS: 40

  • Yogita Nowbuth
    Yogita Nowbuth   4 hours ago

    Trevor ur just AWESOMEMuch love from South Africa❤😘

  • Lee Milby
    Lee Milby   2 days ago

    I thought this was going to be a compilation video, bit this was equally as good!

  • Ian Einstein
    Ian Einstein   3 days ago

    LoL! Trevor, what you would do to speak with different members of your family actually has a name. That's called "code-switching."

  • VeRoHdezM
    VeRoHdezM   3 days ago

    🤟🏻🤟🏻 love each single accent, 😍😍

  • Funnylady
    Funnylady   3 days ago

    Trevor that is so funny u say that because I do the same....my family is diverse also...Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, etc...🤣🤣🤣🤯

  • Seadina
    Seadina   4 days ago

    I FEEL this.. I grew up in Dubai where every person in my class was of a different nationality. I’m Bosnian but I’ve got a very neutral/ American accent (from what I’ve been told) but I change mine to adapt to the person I’m speaking with (i.e. Indian, Arab, etc.) I call it the Expat accent, a bit of every accent smashed into one.

  • YouLaToya
    YouLaToya   5 days ago

    I wonder how his cousins took the last joke “I think that’s why I’m my Grandmothers favorite”. 😂 Brave guy.

  • Cli & Mils TV
    Cli & Mils TV   5 days ago

    Love you anytime any day. It happens to me a whole lot.

  • Kambura kirimi
    Kambura kirimi   6 days ago

    0:56 😂😂africans relate. Kenya 🇰🇪. Translate nishukishe apo😂Alight me there. Put me there. Discharge me there😂😂Dump me there😂😂Ah 😂😂

  • Lucy Vega
    Lucy Vega   6 days ago

    Just watched the video with your grandma ans its sooo true 😂😂

  • tlangelani ngobeni
    tlangelani ngobeni   1 weeks ago

    I'm South African and I speak all 11 of our official languages. I can relate to what Trevor is saying. I always change my accent according to who talking to. I'm Tsonga, when I speak to some of my elderly relatives in Limpopo I have to speak the deep Tsonga and change my accent so they can understand me better. But with friends and any younger person I switch to slang. Our languages are so diverse. I've realised that in most places when you switch to someone's accent they receive you better because they feel like you are one of their own.

  • Bob
    Bob   1 weeks ago

    As a Haitian i can 100% confirm his statement, when we're around regular people and a few Haitians we're totally Americanized, but as soon as you put us in a space with only Haitians or we're back in Haiti it's as if the spirit of our ancestors took over our body lmfao

  • G L
    G L   1 weeks ago

    Fact check: Model C is not private school. That's a misrepresentation. They were the former "white" schools during Apartheid and which subsequently became open to all races.

  • Sara
    Sara   1 weeks ago

    My mom does that. She speaks with an Arabic accent when she's speaking with my Arab cousins, even though my mom is a white American.

  • peachesandpoets
    peachesandpoets   1 weeks ago

    I think a lot of urban africans are good at accents for this reason

  • Kady Archibald
    Kady Archibald   1 weeks ago

    😂 I’m from the Carribean, so I hardcore relate

  • Anson Chan
    Anson Chan   1 weeks ago

    My dad does this so much with my relatives XD

  • Emmylee Rousseau
    Emmylee Rousseau   1 weeks ago

    Yooooo this is so true!!! "Aye dont u act smart here!!!"

  • Teezy Mali
    Teezy Mali   1 weeks ago

    If you dislike the video you must have been looking for like button and ended press dislike by accident. You still have time to change it. Hurry up!

  • Warley's Croutons
    Warley's Croutons   1 weeks ago

    That is exactly what I do with my Liberian parents. Its broken English in the entire household 😂

  • shawolmblft
    shawolmblft   1 weeks ago

    trevor is a master of code switching

  • Blue_Fire Nova
    Blue_Fire Nova   1 weeks ago

    Your dad would be like, "Put volume! Put volume!"And then you would be like, "Uh, do you mean increase the volume?""Hey! I'll increase or decrease your life! Don't act smart here. Put volume! Don't come here with that English!"Oh my gosh, this is hilarious!

  • girlgreenivy
    girlgreenivy   1 weeks ago

    But Trevor, did you get your grandma her generator?

  • Abidh Jameel
    Abidh Jameel   1 weeks ago

    Who else was waiting for this behind the scenes lol

  • Crepe Waou
    Crepe Waou   1 weeks ago

    Has Trevor talked about what's going on in his country South Africa? there is a massive xenophobic massacre out there, why is he silent about it (if so)

  • Thinker
    Thinker   1 weeks ago

    Ha ha ha... Have you ever been to the linguistic mess that is Haiti, Trevor? It's crazier than you can ever imagine. Have you ever seen 5 people hold a conversation in 3 different languages, jumping from one to another, starting a sentence in one and finishing it in another, asking a question in one and having it answered in another like it's the most natural thing in the world? That's how we do it. 😂

  • Lucia Ralepobe
    Lucia Ralepobe   1 weeks ago

    In South Africa our parents get mad at us for speaking English, dare you speak English in a taxi yhuuuu😥😥😥😥