Nas Daily vlogger to move to Singapore with girlfriend and media company
SINGAPORE - Popular video blogger Nuseir Yassin, better known as the creator of Nas Daily, is moving to Singapore.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
In her post, she said:"Singapore is the hub of Asia, and arguably a major hub of the world."
Mr Yassin was more coy about the move on his own social media platforms.
The Straits Times has contacted Mr Yassin for more information.
Last year, Mr Yassin produced several videos on Singapore during his stopover in the Republic while applying for a visa to Indonesia.
In the video, PM Lee said:"This is what we have been building in Singapore for 53 years, and we'll be building it for many more years to come." The prime minister later shared the video on his Facebook page.Read more: The Straits Times
Cool so looking forward for your video and more Go back bruh Didn't he read the article of here being damn expensive? Lol he sucks Singapore tits so hard Uh, Nas and his forced positivity 🤢🤮 Yay, the govt will milk his money out until he is stranded here. Not bother Ew fuck Ew that's.....ew sapa sia
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