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The internet icon has revealed his bucket list while speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald and said he's gearing up for one hell of a tour when he lands in August.
“I come from a tiny town in Russia, so I am looking forward to experiencing a different culture,” he explained to the news outlet.
“I also know there are kangaroos, and when I come to Australia, I would like to meet them and also visit iconic places like Bondi Beach.”
We would love to see that episode of Bondi Rescue.
Unsurprisingly, this sent shock waves through social media, with many people getting pumped at the idea of being in the same room as the 19-year-old online star.
One person wrote: “Hasbulla is coming to Australia and I’m genuinely excited.”
Another commented: “You’re kidding Hasbulla is coming to Australia?! I need to see him.”
A third person wrote: “Hasbulla coming to Australia has made my day.”
While another fan jokingly said: “Does it include a scrap with the little fella?”
CEO of The Hour Group Chris Tamplin told the Sydney Morning Herald that although they’ve flown out mega stars previously, the response to Hasbulla’s event has been overwhelming.
“We’ve brought the likes of Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal out here, and yet we’ve never had a response like this,” he said.
Tamplin added: “Hasbulla is quite unique, his personality is so infectious, and when he laughs, you can’t help but laugh along.”
The Hour Group CEO also teased that while the 19-year-old doesn’t speak English, he will have a translator accompanying him while he takes photos with fans.
They also confirmed on the event’s website that the star will not be taking photos with female fans due to his cultural and personal beliefs.
It reads: “To our female guests if you would like to attend the meet and greet with Hasbulla, you are welcome to do so, but please acknowledge the limitations of photography.
“We understand the disappointment this creates; however, we respectfully acknowledge the cultural and personal beliefs of Hasbulla and have to accommodate his requests accordingly.”
Hasbulla will be in Sydney on August 29 and 30, before flying to Melbourne for August 31 and September 1.
Featured Image Credit: Hasbulla/Instagram. Alamy
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