Nas Daily Tells Labour: ’Don’t Use My Slogan For Your Mass Meeting’
"No political party can claim my slogan"
Popular Facebook vlogger Nas Daily has denounced the Labour Party’s appropriation of his T-shirt slogan for its upcoming mass meeting on 1st May.
Labour’s T-shirts, based on Nas Daily’s ’32% Life’ logo, read ‘100% positive’, ‘100% L-Aqwa Zmien’, ‘100% Equality’ and ‘100% Surplus’.
However, Nas Daily - who is currently in Australia - said he disagrees with the stunt.
“I don’t like this,” he said. “No one party can claim this slogan and certainly no political party can claim Nas Daily.”
The vlogger proved a massive hit in his recent two-week sojourn in Malta, meeting President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca and even inspiring the Malta Tourism Authority to change the national tourism slogan to “Oh My Malta”.