It looks like vlogger couple Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, more popularly known as JaMill, will return to vlogging less than a month after they deleted their YouTube channel.
On Twitter, Camille told fans to anticipate new content that will be uploaded today, Wednesday, September 15.
“Bukas may upload tayo. Abangan nyo ito,” wrote Camille.
Camille on Tuesday also shared via Instagram stories a photo of a camera, and a clip of Jayzam editing a video of them together.
Although no specifics were given as to where they will upload their new video, a link on Camille’s Twitter bio leads to a YouTube channel named JAMILL which has currently more than 130,000 subscribers.
The description in the said YouTube channel reads: “WE’RE BACK MGA MANDIRIGMA!”.
Last August 19, JaMill surprised fans after netizens noticed that their YouTube channel with more than 12 million subscribers suddenly became unavailable on the video-sharing platform.
Several speculations came up on why Jamill’s Youtube account was removed, such as the couple allegedly tried to get away from a memorandum issued by the Bureau of Internal Revenue reminding social media influencers and Youtubers to pay their taxes.
JaMill later addressed the matter, saying it was their personal decision to end their Youtube channel to live a “simpler and normal life”.
“Naisip namin, mamuhay na lang kami ng normal ni Camille. Gusto na namin yung simple. Gaya nang nangyari samin dati. Ayaw na namin yung masyadong mataas madaming nakakita sa amin,” Jayzam explained in an eight-minute video posted on Facebook.