In a statement on Monday, it was said that the Jessica Soho course at Nas Academy would no longer continue.
“In light of recent events, and after our team’s series of communications with Nas Academy, we decided and mutually agreed not to pursue the Jessica Soho course.
Nas Academy has informed us that they are working with the NCIP. We hope for the resolution of all issues raised,” according to the statement.
In June, the Palestinian-Israeli vlogger announced that he would collaborate with several professionals for his Nas Academy to share their knowledge of the industry they belong to. Whang-Od is one of them.
But Yassin received criticism when Grace gave a statement about her grandmother being known as a “mambabatok” or tattoo artist.
In Grace’s Facebook post, which is no longer visible, she asked for the public’s help to stop the alleged “disrespect to the legacy of Apo Whang Od and the Butbot Tribe.”
Yassin released a 22-second video to prove that Whang Od allegedly signed a contract with him using a thumbprint.
Their relative Estella Palangdao was also there.
Jessica Soho course at Nas Academy stopped
“This is the clearest evidence that it is not a scam and achieved the consent of her and her immediate family,” said Yassin.
Following the post, Cacao Project founder Louise Mabula spoke about her alleged experience with the controversial vlogger.
She said Nas “didn’t care about making change or shedding light on real issues — he only wanted content, a good, easy story to tell that would get him a more Filipino view.”
Yassin has already responded to Louise’s statement but there are other issues that are coming out regarding her.
The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) – Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) will also conduct an investigation into the alleged congress of Whang -Od and Yassin in Nas Daily.
Nuseir Yassin is an Arab Israeli video blogger who is most notable for creating 1,000 daily one-minute-long videos on Facebook under the page Nas Daily.