Nas Daily hosting free meet-up in Singapore

As we all know, Nas Daily is moving to Singapore and settling down with his girlfriend and company.

In a Facebook post visible only to Singaporean netizens, the daily vlogger announced his plan to host a large meetup event with Singaporeans.

“For the past 1,000 days, we had no place to call home. And after looking at the world map for days and weeks at a time, we’ve concluded that the best place to call home is in Singapore. We just really like the region and the warmth of its people.  We fell in love with the good and the bad – so we’re packing our bags and coming soon.”

“We wanna throw a big event on a long weekend for everyone. It’s a great way to meet up in person, make a video together(!!), talk to you a bit about Nas Daily, talk a bit about you, and showcase other talent in the region.”

Nas Daily in his Facebook post.

Fans (or anyone who’s interested, really) can attend the meetup to meet him in person and hold discussions on pretty much anything, and help him get to know Singapore better.

The event will be completely free, and will be held on 20th April, from 4-6 pm.

The venue is yet to be determined but will be announced on the event page.

You might even have a chance of getting hired. According to TODAY, Nas Daily is also looking for Singaporeans to join his video company.

The 27-year-old content creator plans to arrive in Singapore by April 20, and hire about five more people to join the Nas Daily Media Company in the “next few months”.

“The goal is to get a whole big office right next to the Facebook office in the big Marina (One) Tower…so it’s just a matter of time until we get there,” he told TODAY in a phone interview from Israel. 

He will be here on the Entrepass, a one-year work permit that allows foreign entrepreneurs to start a business in Singapore.

Nas Daily also is aware of the critics who bashed his overly-positive portrayal of Singapore, saying that it glossed over the issues that Singaporeans face.

However, it is worth noting that he is well aware that Singapore is not perfect. He mentioned that it would have been impolite “to go to someone else’s home and start criticising them” if he had not lived there long enough- which is perfectly reasonable.

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