It’s a “new chapter” for YouTubers Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, a.k.a. JaMill, as they have officially returned to the vlogging world just weeks after deleting their YouTube channel with 12 million subscribers.
Camille and Jayzam initially posted on Facebook last August 19 a video announcing that they are singing off from YouTube to focus on their relationship.
The YouTubers, however, on Wednesday released a vlog informing their fans of their comeback on their new YouTube channel, and further explaining why they ended their previous account.
“Totoo ‘yung sinabi namin sa inyo sa nung inupload naming video sa Facebook noon, pero kulang kaya parang pakiramdam niyo hindi ‘yun yung totoong dahilan. Hindi pa kami naghi-heal nung mga panahon na ‘yun. Nasa healing stage kami na hindi na hindi namin pwedeng isabay ‘yung kahit ano doon,” said Jayzam in the 22-minute video.
He added, “Kasi walang mangyayari, chaos talaga. Away palagi ang mangyayari, magsa-suffer kami habang nagva-vlog kami, itutuloy namin ‘yung channel na ‘yun, tapos naghi-heal pa kaming dalawa.”
The relationship of the couple previously went on the rocks after Jayzam faced cheating controversies in April.
In the video, the couple said this in reaction to the time their YouTube channel got deleted by Camille which resulted from a small argument they had.
“Dinelete niya nagulat ako kasi nag-flashback lahat ng mga mga pinaghirapan namin ni Camille,” said Jayzam.
Camille, meanwhile admitted, “Ako din nagsisi naman ako guys and nakakalungkot na isang iglap, bakit ko ginawa.”
“Hindi ko naman kasi mape-predict ‘yung magiging reaction ko araw-araw dahil naghi-heal ako. Ganun talaga, darating sa ka sa life na magulo ka,” she added.
Jamill, nevertheless, revealed that their decision to end their previous Youtube channel served its purpose for them to heal and have more time for each other.
“Kasi ‘yun naman talaga yung purpose namin eh. Isuko muna ‘to,Bitawan muna ‘to Para makapa-focus kaming maghilom as a couple,” said Jayzam.
After the deletion of their Youtube channel, Camille and Jayzam turned to their other social media accounts to share short random clips of them together which their fans Mandirigma would flood with comments urging them to go back to vlogging.
The vlogger couple then realized that it would be better to make their YouTube comeback after leaving their avid fans hanging with their abrupt exit from the video-sharing platform.
JaMill also want to put an end to speculations surrounding the deletion of their YouTube channel, including netizens connecting it to the recent Bureau of Internal Revenue’s directive to tax influencers and YouTubers.
“Hindi totoo na kung anu-anong kumakalat noon. Inaayos namin ‘yung mga kailangan naming ayusin bilang tao sa relasyon namin at sa buhay namin. Inaasikaso namin lahat ‘yan,” said Jayzam.
“‘Wag na tayo magdrama-drama, tapos na tayo diyan. Tuloy na ulit ang buhay,” added Camille.