JaMill signs off, deletes YouTube account

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(Source: Camille Trinidad/Instagram)
(Source: Camille Trinidad/Instagram)

Famed Filipino YouTube vloggers and real-life couple Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, better known as JaMill just deleted their YouTube channel, which boasts of some 12 million followers and fans are dying to know why.

Camille confirmed this on Twitter on Thursday (August 19), saying that “Jamill is signing off,” and later clarifying, “Yes deleted na po ang channel.” (Yes, the channel has been deleted.)

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In a cryptic post on Instagram, Camille said, ““Finding peace is better than revenge.”

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But she didn’t forget to thank the platform.

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Meanwhile, her boyfriend Jayzam also tweeted about their deleted page.

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In a Facebook video that now has more than 1.4 million views, JaMill clarified that this was not a prank and that they deleted their channel for real. "Deleted na talaga YT (YouTube) namin. Hindi joke o prank o kung ano." (Our YouTube has really been deleted. This isn't a joke or prank or any other thing.), the vlogger couple said.

Ana Catalina Paje is a development journalist passionate about grassroots communication geared towards genuine social change. She also writes about showbiz, lifestyle, and all things Pinoy pride. The views expressed are her own.

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