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Comeback is real for JaMill!
Vlogger Couple Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, popularly known as JaMill, are back in YouTube less than a month after they deleted their original channel.
On Wednesday, September 15, JaMill uploaded on their new channel their first vlog titled “BAKIT NAMIN NA-DELETE AND YOUTUBE CHANNEL NAMIN.”
Jayzam on the vlog admitted that abruptly deleting their channel, with over 12 million followers at the time, was illogical. The couple also both agreed that 2021 has been a bad year for them and they became toxic.
"Pangit ng 2021 sa amin mga kaiigan, sobrang panget, dito kami sinubok, sinubok yung relasyon namin sa iba't-ibang klaseng paraan...Parang gusto kami paghiwalayin talaga," Jayzam said.
Camille then recalled getting emotional whenever she thought about the past. This eventually led to the couple’s decision to delete their channel.
“Umabot na sa punto na nandito ka lang ba sa 'kin dahil may channel tayo.' Nagkakwestyunan na kami ni Camille. Baka kung wala 'yung channel na 'yan matagal ka nang umalis sa feeling ko,” he said.
It was Camille who deleted the channel and she revealed regretting about it.
“Ako ang nag-delete ng channel kasi na-trigger ako. Nagsisi naman ako guys. And nakakalungkot naman talaga na isang iglap... bakit ko ginawa?” she said, to which Jayzam responded “Naintindihan kita. Wala akong pake kahit dinilete mo. Ikaw ang mahalaga. Ikaw ang mahal ko. Mas mahal kita kaysa sa channel na yun.”
Among the huge controversies the couple encountered recently was Jayzam’s cheating scandal in April and accusations that they deleted their channel to get away with paying taxes. Less than a week after the deletion of their channel, photos of their mansion and car surfaced online, for sale.