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Nov. 26, 18 | 6:50 am

Emirati vlogger Khalid Al Ameri has expressed several times in the past his interest in anything and everything about the Philippines, becoming an instant celebrity in the Filipino community in the UAE.

Recently, he made a quick stop to a Jollibee store in Burjuman not to dine in, but to serve the customers.

Al Ameri posted a video in his Instagram Story on November 25 wherein he invited his followers to visit Jollibee Burjuman as he would be there as a store employee.

“Yo, what’s up, everyone? If you want some lunch, we are gonna be working at Jollibee in Burjuman. When I say working, I mean uniforms and stuff. So come join us for some lunch and say hello,” he said.

 

As of press time, Al Ameri has not yet posted any social media update about his working experience in Jollibee Burjuman. However, video creator Adnan reposted Al Ameri’s Instagram Story video and added the caption, “Shoot 2. Come down.”

This isn’t the first time Al Ameri visited a Jollibee store. Back in April this year, he caught the attention of Filipino netizens when he dined in the renowned Philippine fast-food chain with his wife Salam.

“The thing I love the most being in this restaurant is everyone who works here, regardless of what they’re doing, whether they’re serving food, whether they’re cooking in the back whether they’re cleaning the floors. They were singing, they were smiling. They were just happy to be part of something and that something is bringing happiness and joy to the life of others,” he said in the video.

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