Days after deleting their YouTube channel, couple vlogger JaMill (Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad) is now selling their house and car.
“FOR SALE! 2 storey house with swimming pool, kasama lahat ng gamit sa bahay (except personal items),” said on Facebook as it shared pictures of the 450 sqm lot located in Gapan City, Nueva Ecija.
“SHARE this post and get 100,000 pesos (commission) when your referral is set as sold transaction (hindi po kayo makikipag usap, basta refer nyo lang po ako na bahala makipag transact) direct owner/seller here.. ez 100k sayo.”
Before this, the same Facebook user is also selling a compact and mid-size car, which has the same details as JaMill’s.
“FOR SALEJEEP WRANGLER 2019v6 gas 26k mileagepm for more info,” it said.
Last week, JaMill confirmed that they had deleted their YouTube account, which has 12 million subscribers.
“JaMill is now signing off. Pero Jayzam & camille is ♾,” said Trinidad.
It also thanked the video-streaming platform: “Thank you @YouTube sa lahat lahat.”
He also clarified that the removal from their account was not a gimmick, as other netizens say.
He said they did this to make their relationship with Manabat better.
JaMill selling house, car
“Yes deleted na po ang channel. Di naman natin ma-pplease lahat ng tao na sabihing pa issue lang ito or what. Its about our relationship, mas pinili namin mas maging okay ang relationship namin. I hope na irespeto nalang Thank you,” said Trinidad.
Meanwhile, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) earlier said a couple vlogger who was earning millions suddenly deleted their social media account in an attempt to avoid paying taxes.
According to BIR’s initial investigation, the vloggers earned P50 to P100 million in the past two years. As a result, they were able to buy luxury cars and build a big house in Metro Manila.
The BIR added the couple deleted their accounts days after BIR Commissioner Caesar R. Dulay said that social media influencers earning from Facebook and Youtube should pay taxes.
BIR said the couple vlogger had over 11 million subscribers. However, the agency did not disclose their names pending an investigation.
However, BIR said the couple would still need to pay taxes even if they have deleted their social media accounts.