Youtube Star “Felt Very At Home” In Bermuda

January 28, 2018

Casey Neistat, an American YouTube personality, filmmaker, vlogger, and co-founder of multimedia company Beme, recently visited Bermuda in order to create a video review comparing drones, saying that he “felt very at home” while exploring the island.

That comment was made via Mr. Neistat’s Instagram account, where he recounted that a “big wave sucked me into this cave. Felt very at home in there…almost as if it’s where I belong.”

Mr. Neistat is highly followed online, boasting more than 8.8 million subscribers on YouTube, 905,000 likes on Facebook, 2.9 million followers on Instagram, and 1.7 million followers on Twitter.

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  1. …felt at home???
    Next, he will apply for residence!!

  2. Onion Juice says:

    Everyone that comes here feels that way, and everyone feels like they belong here.
    Good footage.

    • bdaboy says:

      Until they run into you, OJ….you’re such a hypocrite.

      • Onion Juice says:

        The only reason people love Bermuda is because Bermuda is a convenient cash cow.
        If our dollar value was poor, most people that flock here wouldnt think twice about where Bermuda is.

        • bdaboy says:

          “The only reason people love Bermuda is because Bermuda is a convenient cash cow.”

          No, it’s not. fake news, lies…you’re always happy to reveal your ignorance, OJ.

          bermuda is a tourist destination due to its proximity to the east coast…that’s all.
          The Caribbean is cheaper, better service, better weather…

  3. Yah says:

    Folk can’t even go to the beach without worrying about their smartphone and how they will capture a nice shot.

    Bermuda was just a distraction prior to CNN cancelling their partnership with Beme.

  4. wahoo says:

    That was pretty cool.

  5. Real Deal says:

    Dude come when the water is warmer