Another S’porean burned by Nas Daily after leaving salty comment on his video interview

The popular vlogger also addressed the hate he received in the interview.

Matthias Ang | December 6, 2018 @ 04:44 pm

By now, you probably would have realised that vlogger Nas Daily (a.k.a Nuseir Yassin) is back in Singapore.

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On Dec. 5, Nas Daily appeared in a five-minute interview feature with Channel NewsAsiawhere he spoke at length about the reaction to his video describing singapore as an “almost perfect country”:

Nas acknowledged his haters and added that he loved the angry reactions, as it meant that his work had value because “If it’s worth hating, then it’s also worth loving”.  

Nas also called the same video a “leap of faith” and said that it was one of his favourite videos thus far.

This was not his first time responding to the video’s haters:

Nas Daily responds to S’porean criticism of his “almost perfect country” video with epic burn

Salty comments erupt

Suffice to say, a number of Singaporeans did not appreciate his presence, resulting in multiple negative comments that questioned his return here and the intentions behind them.

Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook
Screenshot from CNA Facebook

Even a comment in his defense did not quell the tide.

Screenshot from CNA Facebook

As another user replied negatively to that:

Screenshot from CNA Facebook

However, one of the comments with the most reactions questioned if Nas was even worth listening to.

Screenshot from CNA Facebook

To which Nas replied with this sick number:

Screenshot from CNA Facebook

Burn.

Top image collage screenshots from CNA Facebook

 

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