Is it the end for "JaMill"?
Fans of the vlogger couple couldn't help but react after the announcement of the deletion of their YouTube channel.
On August 19, Thursday, one-half of the pair, Camille Trinidad, took to Twitter to share the news.
"JaMill is now signing off. Pero Jayzam & Camille is (forever) [infinity symbol]."
"Thank you, @YouTube, sa lahat-lahat [heart emoji]," she said in a succeeding tweet.
Camille confirmed that she and Jayzam would be deleting their YouTube channel in order to focus on their relationship. She asked that netizens respect their decision.
"Yes, deleted na po ang channel. 'Di naman natin mapi-please lahat ng tao na sabihing pa-issue lang ito or what. It's about our relationship; mas pinili namin mas maging okay ang relationship namin. I hope na irespeto na lang. Thank you."
JaMill trended in April 2021 when Camille took to Facebook to post photos of women Jayzam allegedly cheated with. The two women guested on Raffy Tulfo's Wanted Sa Radyo program, claiming that Camille's post made them targets of online abuse.
In May 2021, Camille said she wanted to "move forward" from the issue. In the same month, *more tea* was spilled when a netizen came to the defense of "Nyca," one of the women Jayzam allegedly cheated with.
Despite the cheating controversy, it looks like the couple was able to patch things up. Shortly thereafter, Jayzam released a rap song called "Problema Ko," which talked about facing life's problems, hiding pain, and asking for help.
Jayzam and Camille have been together for four years. In now-deleted YouTube videos, the couple vlogged in 2019 about their new home together. In February 2021, they also put up a milk tea business. In June, they also revealed they were busy building their home office.