After all the ~drama~, it looks like controversial YouTube couple Camille Trinidad and Jayzam Manabat have patched things up. In their latest JaMill vlog, Camille addressed all their viewers to thank them for their concern and encouraging messages. "Sobrang thank you pa rin po sa lahat lahat ng nagchee-cheer up. Sobrang naa-appreciate ko po kayong lahat and I love you all. Every day is ganoon pa rin: praying and nagbabasa pa rin ng bible," Camille said. "'Wag na po kayo mag-alala and nandito pa rin ako."
On April 23, they also released a video where an emotional Camille said she was staying strong and trying to be okay. "Siguro yung nakuha kong lesson dito is, mas mag-focus tayo sa sarili natin. Mas mahalin natin yung sarili natin kasi mas kilala natin ang sarili natin. And mas mag-focus tayo sa mga bagay na mas mahalaga. At yung mga walang kwenta is 'wag natin pagtuunan ng pansin."
She said she was focusing on God and that she didn't want to dwell on the past anymore, adding: "Mas nagfo-focus ako ngayon sa kung saan yung mas ikakasaya ko kasi ang hirap kung babalik-balikan ko pa yung nakaraan. Kasi hindi rin ako makaka-move forward kung ako na mismo yung aalalahanin yung nakaraan." In the vid, we also see Camille, Jayzam, and their parents bonding and eating together.
What happened to JaMill?
Earlier in April, JaMill trended because Camille took to Facebook and posted photos of women Jayzam supposedly cheated with. Two women named Dambie Tensuan and Nyca Bernardo, who were mentioned in Camille's post, appeared on Raffy Tulfo's Wanted Sa Radyo show. They said Camille's post resulted in them being targets of online abuse. Camille and Jayzam also appeared on the show, where Jayzam said: "Ako po talaga yung may kasalanan po dito…Sinabi ko po talaga sa dalawang 'yan na aayusin ko po in private…Nilabas ko po lahat ng nililihim ko kay Camille."
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