Vlogger Camille Trinidad and boyfriend Jayzam Manabat confirmed that their YouTube channel ‘JaMill’ is gone.
On her Twitter account, Trinidad announced that their YouTube channel with more than 12 million subscribers had been deleted.
“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.
“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.
JaMill is trending on Twitter after the announcement that surprised Manabat but eventually finds out what the vlogger’s statement turned out to be.
On JaMill’s Facebook page, they also thanked those who have experienced being content creators but said they would focus on their relationship first.
“Gusto namin habang buhay talaga kaming nagmamahalan mga kaigan,” according to their FB post.
He said they wanted to live a simple life.
According to Manabat, this proves that they are still together even though they are no longer on YouTube.
Kapamilya stars join voter registration campaign
Star Magic artists have joined the campaign to encourage more young people to register for elections next year.
Dominic Ochoa, Donny Pangilinan, Edward Barber, and Heaven Peralejo are just a few of the artists who attended this Thursday’s virtual event “#HALALAN2022: Andito Kami Para Sa ‘Yo,” hosted by Star Magic, ABS-CBN News, Bayan Mo iPatrol You, and Commission on Elections.
The event aims to explain to young Star Magic members the importance of registering for the upcoming elections.
The voter registration period will last until September 30.
But starting Monday, the registration time has been extended from 8 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday.
You can also register on Saturdays and during holidays from 8 am to 5 pm.