- Camille Trinidad and Jayzam Manabat of the well-known vlogging duo JaMill were recently interviewed in the top-rating TV show 'Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho' or KMJS
- The real-life couple was asked about several issues that they have faced in the past as well as the ones they are dealing with at present
- They all answered it with all honesty, but when Jayzam was asked about his cheating issues in the past, Camille started to get emotional
- She unhesitatingly admitted that this topic still pains her every time she is reminded of it
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Camille Trinidad and Jayzam Manabat, also known as JaMill, were both in attendance during their interview with Jessica Soho.
It was indeed a fruitful interview as the respected broadcast journalist gave them a chance to address some issues that they have faced in the past and are currently facing.
This includes the speculations about the real reason why they deleted their YouTube channel as well as the controversial BIR tax issue. The famous couple was brave to answer the questions asked by Jessica.
Furthermore, when Jessica brought up the cheating issue involving Jayzam, Camille started to get emotional.
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Jessica asked, "Pasensya na kayo ha, ngayon ko lang naman kayo mai-interview. Ikaw daw Jayzam eh cheater?"
The question was answered by Jayzam without hesitations and admitted that he made a big mistake for hurting Camille.
His girlfriend was just listening while Jayzam was addressing the topic and suddenly, she started to cry and said, "wait lang po ah".
Camille admitted that every time she recounts Jayzam's mistake, it still hurts her.
"Sorry po. Pag na-aalala ko lang po medyo masakit po talaga," she said in tears.
Watch the video below:
Before JaMill deleted their old channel, it had more than 12 million subscribers and in 2020, JaMill is ranked fourth among the top ten Filipino content creators on YouTube. They also have loyal supporters whom they call “Mandirigma.”
KAMI previously reported about JaMill's own version of “last to leave the pool challenge”. They did this after Donnalyn Bartolome organized the same game and became controversial.
Camille and Jazyzam also previously lectured netizens who reacted negatively about their comeback on YouTube. Apart from that, they also answered more comments from other internet users.