Jamill Issue: Jayzam Speaks About “Cheating” Issue, Here’s what he has to say

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Here’s what Jayzam Manabat said about Jamill issue involving suspected cheating.

JAMILL ISSUE – Vlogger Jayzam Manabat finally speaks about their issue which involved cheating on his girlfriend Camille Trinidad.

Vloggers Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad are currently put under hot waters after a girl on social media surfaced with the story about how the male internet personality pulled her over in a corner and ultimately reached for her lips.

This story has caught social media attention and man netizens have expressed disappointment at what Jayzam has done behind his long-time girlfriend’s back.

The Pinoy vlogger has been accused of cheating and because of this he was criticized online.

In his latest IG story, amid the height of the issue, he spoke in fury and finding for an evidence of the said accusation against him.

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His statement said:

“Wala na kong ibang sasabihin pa, kasi siya naman nag sisira sa sarili niya. Ginagawa niyang tanga yung tao, akala niya siguro di marunong mag isip at mag analyze yung netizens. Hindi ako nandito para magmalins o kung anuman. Napag usapan na din namin ni Camille ang lahat. Humihingi ako ng cctv copy , pag nakuha natin to. Tapos ang usapan.”

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Jamill currently has over 12 million subscribers on YouTube and millions in their other social media accounts. They started vlogging in 2016 starting out from being “viners”. As a couple, they have been together for over four years and actually living together already in a home they acquired through their vlogs. They are known for their prank contents and daily vlogs.

Watch an old video of him against cheating.

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