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Nas Daily at Botanic Gardens is officially permitted!

The famous vlogger will be at the Botanic Gardens on April 20 for a meet the fans session




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Finally! It’s all set!

Famous vlogger Nuseir Yassin, popularly known for his one-minute videos titled Nas Daily, will be at the Botanic Gardens April 20 (Saturday) to meet his fans and followers.

“All the necessary permits have been granted,” Mr. Yassin said proudly.  “We’ve been speaking with the police and the Singapore Botanic Gardens, as we work to ensure the  smooth running of the event,” he added.

“One of the reasons why I was attracted to Singapore, was because of how organised everything is here. And things have moved quickly and in an organised fashion in time for the event on Saturday,” the famous vlogger briefly explained.

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While there is a forecast of possible rain come Saturday afternoon, it will not be a problem for the organiser. “Rain or shine, the show will go on,” Mr. Yassin said.

The Facebook event page for the meet-up indicates that over 3,200 people have shown interest and have committed to attend the event.

“If 2,000 people turn up I would be happy; that’d be a success,” said Mr. Yassin. He is urging people to bring food, picnic mats and to enjoy the day out.

“There’s going to be a stage, and we’ll have music,” he said. “We want to make it an interactive event for people to come and chat and share their stories.

“Nas Daily is not a rock star. The meet-up is not about me, it’s meant to be interactive – and I want to have a conversation with everyone, and everyone to have a conversation with each other.”

And naturally, he wants to make a “cool video of the meet-up – and I want everyone who’s there to be part of it,” he said.

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