‘We've nothing like that here’: US teen whose MBS 'Chattanooga, Tennessee' post went viral says it was meant in jest

‘We have nothing like that here’: US teen whose MBS 'Chattanooga, Tennessee' post went viral says it was meant in jest

21/6/2021 2:23:00 PM

‘We have nothing like that here’: US teen whose MBS 'Chattanooga, Tennessee' post went viral says it was meant in jest

SINGAPORE — An American teenager who caused a minor online sensation with a Facebook post suggesting that Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is in the United States has confirmed what some but not all netizens realised — it was meant as a joke.

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