Over 3,000 Singaporeans Sign Petition To Ban Nas Daily From Entering SG

Change.org petition has begun making its rounds online calling for Nas Daily to be barred from entering Singapore. It was started on March 20 by a Azman Samsudin. To date, over 3,000 Singaporeans have signed the petition.

The petition is titled, “Ban Nas Daily From Entering Singapore”, and it is addressed to IMDA, Lee Hsien Loong and the government of Singapore.

The petition charged Nas Daily for making videos that perpetuated stereotypes and pushing a brainwashing agenda using subliminal messaging, making him a danger to Singapore. However, no explanation was given as to what these clips supposedly were.

The petition also highlighted Nas Daily’s religious status as a Muslim, alleging that he intended to use his religion for his own benefits. Once again, the creator of the petition did not elaborate what these supposed benefits are, nor why his religion was of consequence.

“Nas Daily has been documenting videos for 3 years with his final one being on the fifth of January, 2019. Due to the fact that his videos do contain stereotypical and also brainwashing elements and subliminal messages, we therefore wish to not have him here in Singapore to make matters worst.He is a Muslim, but intended to have his own religion for his own benefits. What does that make him as a Muslim? Please support me by signing this petition to have him banned in Singapore, as he will be coming over and settle here starting from next month! He is a Muslim, but intended to have his own religion for his own benefits. What does that make him as a Muslim? Please support me by signing this petition to have him banned in Singapore, as he will be coming over and settle here starting from next month!”


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