Alex Gonzaga has consoled Camille Trinidad, one-half of the popular YouTube couple JaMill, after the alleged cheating issue of boyfriend Jayzam Manabat.
On Twitter, the host-vlogger responded to Camille’s tweet asking God for guidance with a comforting Bible verse.
“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds Psalms 147: 3,” wrote Alex, who has previously collaborated with JaMill on YouTube.
Camille then thanked her “ate” for her encouraging words.
Alex’s tweet came after rumors that Camille’s boyfriend Jayzam cheated on her with multiple women.
Over the weekend, Camille has been posting cryptic tweets about the issue.
“Yung akala mong hindi mo mararanasan t**na dadating din pala sayo,” she wrote on Twitter.
In another tweet, she spoke about how secrets will always be revealed.
“Kahit anong tago lalabas at lalabas padin ang lahat.”
She also wrote but deleted lengthy posts about the issue on Facebook but not before netizens took screenshots and shared them online.
Meanwhile, Jayzam admitted on his Facebook page that Camille’s claims were true and apologized to their fans.
“Inamin ko na lahat ky Camille. Ayaw ko nang gumaya sa iba na mag tatago pa at itatanggi pa. Lahat ng sinabi ni Camille totoo, hinarap ko ng buo. Pasensya na sa mga nadismaya sakin, naiintindihan ko po lahat ng hate at galit, deserve ko po,” he wrote.
Now addressing Camille, he admitted that she does not deserve someone like him.
“Mahal na mahal kita Camille. Di mo deserve ang Jayzam na kagaya ko,” he ended.
The internet loveteam “JaMill” has a joint YouTube channel where they’ve been documenting their life together since 2017.
As of writing, their channel has 12.2 million subscribers on the platform and is one of the most followed YouTube channels in the country.