- The success of the “last to leave the pool challenge” of Donnalyn Bartolome proved too juicy for other vloggers, which include JaMill, not to follow
- However, while they have the same title of the game or challenge, JaMill’s version involved members of their family and household
- Unlike Donnalyn’s, which the vlogging duo said encountered problems because of vague rules, they designed everything to be simple so that the challenge’s guidelines will be easy to understand and the game itself will be fast
- JaMill’s prize money at P50,000 is also considerably lower than that of Donnalyn’s, which was at P1 million pesos
Jayzam Lloyd Manabat at Camille Trinidad, more popularly known as JaMill, recently held their own “last to leave the pool” challenge after the resounding success of the Donnalyn Bartolome’s version of the game.
In JaMill’s version, however, the participants were composed of members of their own family and household, while in the case of Donnalyn’s, those who participated were famous vloggers.
The prize money of JaMill at P50,000 was also considerably lower compared to that of their fellow vlogger, Donnalyn.
Perhaps the vlogging duo thought that since the participants consists only of members of their families and household, there is no need to have a bigger prize money.
They also made the rules very clear at the outset so as to avoid the problems encountered by Donnalyn in her own version of the challenge.
In the end, Jayzam’s dad won the prize money, but instead of keeping it all, he gave his fellow participants a huge share of his winnings.
Jayzam told Camille that in the end, they’re all family and their relationship and happiness are more important than money.
Alessandra de Rossi, nagbunyi dahil “prayers work” daw at ito ang diumano’y nagpalayas sa “evil spirit”
JaMill, is a combination of the names of Jayzam Lloyd Manabat and Camille Trinidad, is one of the most famous and successful Pinoy YouTubers in the Philippines. Jayzam grew up in Binangonan, Rizal while Camille is from Gapan, Nueva Ecija. They launched their channel in 2017 and since then, its subscriber base ballooned to more than 12 million users. They've been together for over three years, and even spent their third anniversary in Coron, Palawan.
Last year, JaMill happily shared they have reached 11 million subscribers on YouTube and also showed the house they built out of their YT earnings accumulated in three years. They also own two cars, a Jeep and a Ford Raptor, both black in color. Some of their videos already reached more than 15 million views and they revealed that they just want to make people happy.
In the past three years of vlogging, however, they also encountered several controversies, the latest being the one involving Jayzam his alleged “cheating” on Camille, as well as “scamming” issues on social media. In their new vlog entitled, “Bagong Simula” the couple shared how they have been coping recently. Camille also expressed her honest thoughts over what has happened to her lately and admitted that she is still not okay.
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