Nuseir of Nas Daily, a scammer?

Louise Mabulo,  a social entrepreneur and one of Nas Daily’s featured personalities breaks her silence on social media to tell who the real Nas Daily is. 

In 2019, Nas Daily came to their town to cover her Cacao Project story.

“At the time, I was a huge fan, watching his clips with my Dad daily. At the time, I was gaining some press exposure and building up on opportunities thanks to UNEP’s recognition of the work I do in my hometown for my farmers. However in so little time, I was disappointed to learn that the man I’d looked up to for years was not the bearer of good news he’d misled his followers to believe he was,” she said. 
According to her, Nas repeatedly said that the people in her hometown is  “poor” as the content creator repeatedly said “farmers are so poor!”  and “why are Filipinos so poor?”

Nas said no one wants to hear about farmers or farms and it’s not clickable or viewable content.

“He didn’t care about making a change or shedding light on real issues— he only wanted content, a good, easy story to tell that would get him more Filipino views. He even joked at the start of the day that all he needed was to put “Philippines” in the title, and he’d rack in millions of views would and the comments would come flooding with brainless ‘Pinoy pride’ comments.” Mabulo added. 

She also said that her family have never received any greetings or any gesture of gratefulness from him. He also refused to eat the food that her mom prepared.

“At the end of the day, I was exhausted, I had no patience left, and I’d worn out every last dreg of my tolerance. He refused to let anyone take a break or eat, and he blamed his lack of “presentable click-worthy content” on me and claimed that everything is not clickable or viewable,” she quoted.
“This man was exploitative and fueling a neocolonialist narrative using our need for foreign validation. I’ve stayed silent because I knew that I would face backlash for calling out on this man— after all, it’s easy to take Nusseir’s word over mine. 

And now, he has overstepped and had the audacity to do the same to Whang-Od and the Butbot Tribe. Yet I still see Filipinos defending Nas despite the statements from Gracia, a fully able bodied representative of her tribe and of Apo Whang-Od, our most revered and iconic artist,” Mabulo added.

The social entrepreneur also said that Filipinos should stand together on this as they are not a content to be exploited. 

“People like Nas Daily are the new wave of colonialism in today’s world, and I’ve been silent since 2019, but I cannot for the life of me sit silently any longer over this,” she concluded.

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