Has JaMill taken down their YouTube channel with over 12 million subscribers?
Fans of vlogger couple Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, more popularly known as Jamill, on Thursday speculated why their joint YouTube account suddenly became unavailable on the video-sharing platform.
Upon searching JaMill’s YouTube account, the page will be redirected to a message saying: “This page isn’t available. Try searching for something else.”
On Twitter, fans also posted screenshots of what would appear when they tried searching for a video uploaded on JaMill’s YouTube account.
“This video is no longer available because the uploader has closed their YouTube account.”
Netizens on Twitter expressed their confusion on whether JaMill’s YouTube account was intentionally deleted or has been reported.
Another Twitter user said that the couple are just taking a break or it’s just another one of their prank contents.
While another netizen speculated if it has anything to do with a new memorandum issued by the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
On Monday, a Philstar.com report said that the BIR issued revenue circular mandating social media influencers to “register with the government, declare their income and pay corresponding dues.”
The couple, one of the country’s top YouTubers who started vlogging in 2012, has yet to issue a statement on the matter.
The two previously made headlines online after Jayzam figured in a cheating controversy in April.