Travel Blogger Nas Daily Burns UP Student After Asking to Feature Politics On His Blog


World-renowned travel-blogger and considered as one of the world's most respected personality in the travel industry, Nas Daily burned down a student from the University of the Philippines (UP) who asked the travel blogger to feature politics on his blog about the Philippines.


Nas Daily dubbed the Philippines as the "Most Lovable Country" in the world next to Malta. On his latest compilation videos featuring the Philippines, an avid fan who claimed to be a student from UP asked Nas Daily to feature politics on his blog but the netizen was burned down by the travel-blogger.

The alleged UP student commented "Dud, try to make a video about the politics behind alleged ‘ownership’, and claims behind some of the islands, as well as the policies being implemented. You’ll see just how much ‘love’ the leaders have for this country.” The netizen told Nas.



“Try looking up ‘Scarborough Shoal’, ‘Chinese navy seizing small-town fisherfolk catch’, ‘anti-drug campaign’, etc,” the netizen added further.

The comment of the UP student caught the attention of Nas Daily, who is obviously known for only spreading positive topics on Facebook refused the request of his Filipino fan from the University of the Philippines.

Nas Daily responded prankly by saying that "Every country I go to has the same issues. I'm not visiting countries to be a political analyst. My home country has enought shit politics to last me a lifetime." Nas responded.

Nas Daily or Nuseir Yassin is a Harvard Graduate from Arraba in the Lower Galilee. The travel blogger known in the world as Nas Daily, is an Arab-Israeli in original and finds fulfilling outlets in his daily 1-minute video which is now considered as one of the most popular travel blogger in the world.



Watch the Most Popular Travel Video of Nas Daily About the Philippines:



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