Nas Daily, a popular inspirational and travel vlogger on Facebook, just turned Malta’s capital city of Valletta into the background of one of his famous vlogs.
After spending the day with Maltese fans visiting the shipwreck Hephaestus in Qawra, as well as hitting up Mdina/Rabat for a bit of history and some typical Maltese food, he headed to Valletta to film his daily vlog.
And scores of teenagers and young adults didn’t miss the chance to show up in St. George’s Square in Valletta to take part in a meet and greet with the vlogger himself.
After starting off the meet and greet by letting the crowd ask him questions about his videos, he asked for a suggestion for his daily 1 minute video on Malta.
The assembled Maltese answered with everything from the beaches, to Gozo, to festas, to the “my life is potato” guy.
One woman even brought up the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, to which he replied “What does Malta think about that?”
Moving on to less divisive topics, and saying that “he is not a traveller”, he recounted the tale of his journey from Palestine to New York after being asked about it.
Throughout the discussion, Nas tried to impart a sense of inspirational positivity onto the crowd.
He then urged everyone to get up and follow him through Republic Street to the staircase near Parliament, where he filmed his daily vlog among his Maltese fans excitedly surrounding him. Many fans took the opportunity to get a selfie or a comment from Nas during filming.
Nas and his team said they would be staying in Malta for a week, calling Malta an “amazing place, apart from being an absolutely beautiful place,” he and his team plan to stay in Malta for about a week, checking out some of the prime sites around the island.