Yahoo Poll: Do you welcome Nas Daily's move to Singapore?
The controversial and popular vlogger who goes by the moniker Nas Daily says he is moving to Singapore, a country he famously praised to high heaven last year.
God, he’s irritating – so much so that a petition to ban him caught widespread attention recently. That turned out to be satire, but hey, one can hope.
Of course, with video views in the millions upon millions, Nas Daily – real name Nuseir Yassin – clearly has his fans. So, we ask, do you welcome Nas Daily’s planned move to Singapore? Have your say in our poll and leave a comment below.
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