Another Netizen Leaves Salty Comment On Nas Daily’s Interview Video & Kena Burnt

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Lest you’re unaware, Nas Daily is pretty renowned for his daily travel vlogs, which serve to chronicle a feel-good experience about some part of the world.

But while that’s pretty common knowledge, what people might not know is that despite possessing a gentle exterior…

Nas could get pretty savage if he wants to.

For example, back when the whole ‘Singapore is an almost perfect country’ furore was still erupting, Nas answered a particularly thorny opinion with a straightforward answer of his own.

Image: The Alternative View Facebook Page
Image: The Alternative View Facebook Page

Even if you disregard the statistics, the last sentence pretty much blows the argument out of the water.

Burn.

And guess what?

Nas has done it again.

But before I head into the juicy part, I’ve to first introduce the whole backstory for all of you lovely Goody Feed readers.

So lest you’re unaware, Nas (yes, I do know that’s not his name but we all call him that, right?) is back in Singapore. And much like the earlier venture back in August, he has been pretty busy with things, what with the recent Christmas ‘diss’

And a five-minute interview feature with Channel NewsAsia, where he spoke about general response to his video describing Singapore as an ‘almost perfect country’.

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Nas Daily on reaction to his “almost perfect country” video about Singapore

WATCH: Nas Daily is back in town and he talks to us about the reaction to his “almost perfect country” video – and why he’s never made a food video about Singapore.

Posted by Channel NewsAsia on Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Incidentally, the vlogger proved to be a sport, taking the negative comments in his stride and stating that his work had value because “If it’s worth hating, then it’s also worth loving”.

And Netizens are at it again

In case you didn’t catch it, Netizens weren’t very impressed with Nas’ statement the previous time.

And it seems that some things didn’t change.

Though to be fair, some defended his honour.

But detractors were never missing from the scene.

And just when the debate approaches boiling point, one seemingly ended the entire conversation:

But yeah, I added the term ‘seemingly’ for a reason. Because as far as Nas is concerned…

He’s the king at burning.

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Global

Yet, it seems that Nas’ comment isn’t the only thing smoking around here.

In another video, the vlogger chronicled Orchard’s all new smoking ban, complimenting it and insinuating that the measure should be implemented not just locally, but globally.

Smoking Is Banned?!

This is next level ban, and it's next level awesome! I arrive in Singapore only to hear that as of January 1st, 2019… an entire 2.9 km district where I am staying at…will be off limits to smoking. This isn't just "no smoking indoors". This is "no smoking almost anywhere!"If it isn't clear by now…I think smoking is bad. So the more laws we have like this around the world…the better it gets! INSTAGRAM: @NasDailyGROUP: Nas Daily Global

Posted by Nas Daily on Saturday, 1 December 2018

But if you were expecting an influx of hate comments yet again, I’m afraid you’ll be disappointed. For it seems that while locals detest the notion of their country being an almost perfect one, they are pretty one-sided when it comes to smoking.

Although one was cheeky enough to interject some wit.

But it seems that as always, Nas is quick on the uptake. Although it’s kind of a given;

How else could he possibly get a whopping 10,905,000 people to willingly follow him on his travels?

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